Support Our Orphan Appeal and Change a Life
The number of orphans in East Africa is staggering. According to UNICEF, there are an estimated 25 million orphans in East Africa, with the majority living in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. The causes of orphanhood in East Africa are complex and varied. HIV/AIDS is the leading cause of orphanhood, followed by poverty, war, and natural disasters. Orphans in East Africa face many challenges. They are often excluded from education and healthcare and are at risk of exploitation, abuse, and trafficking.
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For orphan appeals, we deliver 100% of the donations to those in need.
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The Orphan appeal is a heartfelt initiative by Time to Help aimed at making a profound difference in the lives of orphans. Through this appeal, we’re dedicated to building new orphanages, renovating existing ones, and providing essential items like food, clothing, and education to orphans and vulnerable children. Our mission is to offer these young souls a chance at a brighter, secure, and nurturing future.
Transparency and accountability are our utmost priorities. We regularly update our donors and supporters through detailed reports, photographs, and testimonials, showcasing the tangible changes made possible through their contributions. Moreover, our track record of building and renovating orphanages and providing for the needs of orphans speaks volumes about our commitment and the effectiveness of our appeal.
- HIV/AIDS: HIV/AIDS is the leading cause of orphanhood in East Africa, accounting for an estimated 20 million orphans.
- Poverty: Poverty is another major cause of orphanhood in East Africa. When families cannot afford to care for their children, they may be forced to abandon them or send them to orphanages.
- War: War and conflict can also lead to orphanhood. When families are displaced or killed, their children may be left without care.
- Natural disasters: Natural disasters such as droughts, floods, and earthquakes can also cause orphanhood. When families are killed or displaced by natural disasters, their children may be left without care.