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Pepo La Tumaini

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How To Help Us

As a small charity, Pepo La Tumaini is dependent on the generosity of dedicated supporters and foundations, in Kenya and around the world. Over the last 5 years, we have expanded our impact, reaching 5000 people from vulnerable communities, providing services and inclusive community-building activities for 1000 young people out of school, and delivering academic and skills-based education for 300 children and young people.

Our Key Goals - How To Help

We need to secure our sustainability.

In the face of significant challenges including economic uncertainty, climate change and the aftermath of the Covid pandemic, we need to secure our sustainability.

Please support us today, with a donation or regular gift. With your support, we can deliver our life-changing work whilst having the confidence to plan and meet emerging needs in today’s challenging and fast-moving world.

Donations can be made in the UK (where we are registered as a charity), or the US (where we have 501 (c)(3) status).

Change Children's Lives

Donation Guide
  • £30/ 40$ Bed set for one child including mattress, sheets, blanket, mosquito net
  • £50/ $65 Monthly cost of family feeding support for one household living in extreme poverty
  • £200/ $250 Medical costs for one child for a year
  • £1,200/ $1500 Complete Specialised Boarding Education for one child for a year
  • £2000/ $2500 Teacher Carer salary for one year
  • £5000/ $6200 Annual Community Outreach and Home-Based care services
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Christiane Amanpour - Pepo La Tumaini Jangwani

Christiane Amanpour

CNN, Chief International Anchor

“Since 2004 when I first found Pepo La Tumaini in Kenya, to this day, I am amazed by the sheer force for good this small organisation has become. First, it was only Khadja and her one-woman campaign to save the children whose parents were dying from HIV-AIDS. Now it’s grown into a community powerhouse that deserves all our support. Tumaini stands between these children and the street.”

Christiane Amanpour