Creating a promising future for the Deaf.
Through partnerships locally and internationally, we help staff, parents and guardians to invest in their children, which in turn empowers their community.
A donation today is an investment in tomorrow. By donating to Aid Kenya Watoto, you will be a crucial partner in the Kidimu Special School for the Deaf, the first school of its kind in south coast of Kenya.
The school also provides students with sponsorships so they may learn in a healthy environment. The education they receive prepares our students for secondary, vocational and collegiate programs, which strengthens the community for generations to come.
Our vision is to create a promising future for the Deaf in Kenya. We are actively developing a fully funded government school with the support of the community.
Partnerships are what make our work possible. We thank our donors, sponsors, and the local community for their strong support, now and in the future.
We value honest and open communication as an organization through our financial reports. All donations go directly to fund the children, building, and school staff.
January 2012, Tino traveled to a small village in the south coast of Kenya, overwhelmed by the opportunity to help. To read the entire story click here.
As Tino was unable to be around during the opening ceremony with the governor of Kwale County, but to honor his and the NGO's achievements, he was asked to plant a tree.
The children tend to sneak and get Almonds from the neighboring school, so what better tree to plant than a "Tropical Almond Tree". With the climate we expect some first nuts in just a few ....
Saturday Manuela and Alex visited the school with some watercolors and especially the smaller kids enjoyed the face paintings. And the kids got to watch Emoji the animation movie with English subtitles.
Special treat for the kids, faculty and staff. Manuela and Alex sponsored fish for all on Sunday for Lunch. Together we enjoyed crispy fish and/or a delicious fish with a coconut sauce. accompanied by rice or Ugali, which is made of cornflower and water.