In the forgotten region of Darfur, conditions are bleak.
The bitter war is ongoing. Violence is rife.
Hospitals are barely functioning.
Food is scarce. Mothers are struggling to feed their children.
There is no water, no electricity, no roads, little education – and no health care. Children live in huts made of straw, they sleep directly on the sand. Water is miles away across the desert, and this year they face starvation in the wake of the worst drought for years followed by devastating floods.
Children are hungry, thirsty and living in conditions that shouldn’t exist in the 21st Century.
We must do something now.
Since 2001 we have been changing lives – one GOAT at a time.
Our Goat loan is our key project – but we do much more.
We sit with the families who tell us what will help most.
They run the projects themselves with our support.
We lift individual families out of abject poverty and transform the lives of whole communities long-term.
Darfur is at the forefront of Global Warming.
Kids for Kids’ trees are holding back the desert and proving we CAN do something about CLIMATE CHANGE.
Real Sustainability in Practice.
Dame Joanna Lumley DBE FRGS, Miriam Margolyes OBE, Timothy West CBE, and many others support our life-changing projects to change children’s lives.
Children are hungry, thirsty and at risk.
You can help us change their lives.