#RightsMedia report: #Childcare and #education for #Arusha #orphans

LOHADAHappiness Wambura founded LOHADA – Loving Hand for the Disadvantaged and Aged – in 1998. She took in children from the streets of Arusha and began running an orphanage and, a few years later, a primary school in the city’s Unga Limited slum area known as Uswahilini (meaning common folk in English). Now she provides housing, childcare and education to hundreds of kids once living in extreme poverty.


Adam Bemma is a journalist and media development advisor working in East Africa and Southeast Asia.

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