KPCS for children with disabilities and children with albinism (Kigoma)
Kabanga Protectorate Center and School
'' Improvement of the living conditions of children and young people with disabilities, and with albinism of the KPCS of Kabanga in Kasulu (Kigoma, Tanzania) ''
The KPCS (Kabanga Protectorate Center and School) located in Kabanga, Kasulu district in Kigoma, Tanzania, is a public residential school that currently houses children and young people with disabilities and albinism. Due to a shortage of its own resources, the centre has major deficiencies in infrastructure and services, which means that the quality of life has become a serious health and hygiene problem for all. Our projects for this centre aim to ensure a better well-being and comfort of the children and young people with disabilities and albinism in the centre; and consequently to offer them more comprehensive care, dignity, equity, social integration and self-confidence.
Currently, thanks to the participation of the NGDO Persona Solidaridad, the City Council of BURGOS and own resources from partners and private donors, we have completed Project 1 for the completion of the new dormitory module for 80 children and its partial equipment.
TERMINAMOS LA REHABILITACIÓN DEL DORMITORIO/ WE FINISHED THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE DORMITORY
UN DIA EN EL KPCS/A DAY AT THE KPCS
Proyecto KABANGA Nuevo Dormitorio para 80 niños
Así es el Centro Kabanga
NEW DORMITORY KABANGA
ALBINOS EN ÁFRICA/ALBINISM IN AFRICA
Completion of the new dormitory module for 80 children
Guarantee decent food health
Improve the habitability conditions of the dormitories of the center
Improve the quality of Special Education