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  1. 150 uniforms completed by our Sew Happy women

    January was a busy month for our Micro-Business Department. Our Sew Happy program continues to train women with vocational skills, in order to help them to land jobs that will grant them a fair wage. We have made a niche for ourselves in the manufacturing of schools uniforms; this month...
  2. Focusing on education for our young ones

    Education is such an important part of the work we do at Riverkids. To that end, this month our focus is on the development of our Kindergarten and Afterschool programs. We have 172 students in the programs, and 260 total enrolments in our non-curricular classes such as traditional dance, English,...
  3. Movements..keeping track can be a challenge

    January, for us, was very fruitful. There were lots of happenings, including students returning to study, students who were reintegrated into our programs and a field trip to Barseth Mountain. We also organized health checks for students from our Little Birds Project as well as 45 high schoolers. A couple...
  4. Mentors inspiring our children

    Many more new and warm friendships form this month between children in our mentor program with mentors from all the world. The arrival of new letters from overseas is always greeted with much excitement and anticipation by the children. Twenty children gathered to write their first letters to someone who...
  5. Helping kids realise their own dreams

    December was an eventful month for us with highs and lows. Some of the highs were really delightful, such as a pizza lunch enjoyed by 11 of our English students, courtesy of Avondale and five of our staff members. We were happy to see some of our students progress academically...
  6. Financial aid – there is not always enough to go around to our families

      In order to customise the help that we give to a family so that we can cater to their needs, Riverkids carries out thorough family assessments. This month we carried out 15 family assessments. This entails the DCA visiting each of these families to discuss and ascertain their living standards,...
  7. Success stories

    At Riverkids, we are always thrilled when one of our graduates achieve key milestones in their lives; this December we are happy to share not just one but three success stories. One of our Get Ready boys will be starting his own small business running a motor repair shop in...

The latest reports:

  1. 150 uniforms completed by our Sew Happy women

    January was a busy month for our Micro-Business Department. Our Sew Happy program continues to train women with vocational skills, in order to help them to land jobs that will grant them a fair wage. We have made a niche for ourselves in the manufacturing of schools uniforms; this month...
  2. Focusing on education for our young ones

    Education is such an important part of the work we do at Riverkids. To that end, this month our focus is on the development of our Kindergarten and Afterschool programs. We have 172 students in the programs, and 260 total enrolments in our non-curricular classes such as traditional dance, English,...
  3. Movements..keeping track can be a challenge

    January, for us, was very fruitful. There were lots of happenings, including students returning to study, students who were reintegrated into our programs and a field trip to Barseth Mountain. We also organized health checks for students from our Little Birds Project as well as 45 high schoolers. A couple...
  4. Mentors inspiring our children

    Many more new and warm friendships form this month between children in our mentor program with mentors from all the world. The arrival of new letters from overseas is always greeted with much excitement and anticipation by the children. Twenty children gathered to write their first letters to someone who...
  5. Helping kids realise their own dreams

    December was an eventful month for us with highs and lows. Some of the highs were really delightful, such as a pizza lunch enjoyed by 11 of our English students, courtesy of Avondale and five of our staff members. We were happy to see some of our students progress academically...
  6. Financial aid – there is not always enough to go around to our families

      In order to customise the help that we give to a family so that we can cater to their needs, Riverkids carries out thorough family assessments. This month we carried out 15 family assessments. This entails the DCA visiting each of these families to discuss and ascertain their living standards,...
  7. Success stories

    At Riverkids, we are always thrilled when one of our graduates achieve key milestones in their lives; this December we are happy to share not just one but three success stories. One of our Get Ready boys will be starting his own small business running a motor repair shop in...

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