All posts by Crystal Kigoni

Doctor Davy needs a sponsor…

Our good friend Davy, aka the “Doctor” has come back for an extended home visit after taking care of his ailing grandmother. We need a sponsor for his education and children who are like him who will otherwise not be able to attend school. These boys come from such unimaginable circumstances. We strive to show

Actively Looking for Volunteers to Join Us

We are actively recruiting a volunteer with an interest in street children, sustainable agriculture, and public health for Voices of Africa’s program in Mwanza, Tanzania. A room will be provided as well as an opportunity to serve the people in a way that makes a real impact on their lives and to learn about Tanzania.

Introducing our new partner HAGEPA (Handicapped General Partnership)!

Voices of Africa Foundation has partnered with HAGEPA as ICT and Project Management consultants to help bring relief from the suffering of disabled persons in Tanzania.           HAGEPA is community based, not for profit making organization with the a vision for persons with disabilities in Tanzania. It was formally established in

Social Enterprise at Kuria Development Community for the Marginalized (KDCM)

  Voices of Africa Foundation is always on the search for new project partnerships with motivated young people in East Africa. We support their projects through joint fundraising, probono consulting, and training programs. Kuria Development for the Maginalized (KDCM) is a development organization on the border of Kenya and Tanzania. Just thirty minutes from the

Happy New Year!

Voices of Africa wants to wish you and your families a very Happy New Year! May you be successful in all your endeavors. For our organization, 2015 will be a year of growth, expansion, and stabilization. [pe2-image src=”http://lh3.ggpht.com/-GicrVSdYIe4/UwXACmBvEgI/AAAAAAAACmI/_mdkkvqkgIM/s144-c-o/Swimmers%252520at%252520Sunset.jpg” href=”https://picasaweb.google.com/100031264658106080476/20140220#5982398830831669762″ caption=”Swimmers at Sunset.jpg” type=”image” alt=”Swimmers at Sunset.jpg” ] The Chez Kristo Youth Home project has been