Our vision is to provide a stable foundation for orphaned, deprived and destitute children who are unable to live with their own family. We will provide each child with education and healthcare support in a loving, safe and familiar environment, giving underpriveleged children the right to a happy, educated, skilled and healthy life.
Our goal is to see children, families and communities living sustainably with the help of education, vocational training and community outreach. We aim to continuously provide nourishment, shelter, education and medical care for vulnerable and orphaned children; tools, we believe, are necessary building blocks for a successful future.
We intend to do this by:
|2013 News Update||We have had a very busy year at Friends Vision with myself spending 10 months in Kenya to help lay the ground work for new projects and network within the local community (amongst many other things!). This year we employed two new staff members, saw volunteers, friends and family join us in Kenya to see our projects and welcomed some new children into our sponsorship program. We overcame many challenges that Kenya seems to throw at us at any given time and have slowly made progress on our existing projects getting us another step closer to building our first children's home. Have a read below of the year that was. I hope you enjoy and all have a great Christmas ahead!|
|2015 News Update||All in all it has been a busy, exciting and challenging year for us at Friends Vision as we slowly move through some changes that have taken place within our organisation. Throughout the year we have welcomed new staff, gained our Kenyan NGO status, began our farming project and started to move towards a more sustainable future.|
|December 2012 Update||Keep up to date with our progress and read our December 2012 Newsletter.|
|Our Directors Interview||Read Director Jannah Curries interview with magazine Essential Child to find out more on the journey of Friends Vision.|
|February Quarterly Newsletter||Welcome to the first of our quarterly updates for 2012.|