We are friends across the African borders. And these are our friends on the African continent. Many of them find themselves in very vulnerable situations without any fault of theirs and I feel it is a good thing as their friend to have their back.
I am Mira, championing Sunshine Kids,
our motto is "kids helping kids".
Project "Sunshine Kids"
"Sunshine kids" is a program that provides educational aid,
medical assistance and basic necessities for Kids and youths in
disadvantage families, kids in refugees camps and internally
displaced kids in war torn regions in Africa.
Objectives is to give hope to disadvantage kids and give them a sense of belonging.
We run this program in partnership with orphanages and families.
We also work in close collaboration with NGOs, churches and parishes as well as other women's associations in the communities where these kids live.
We look for Godparents and Patrons who support the project financially and ensurethat the needs of these kids are provided.
We also look for donors to help sustain these kids.
The needs of these Kids
✔ Books, school uniforms, shoes and clothing
✔ Regular payment of school fees and other things necessary to ensure
the smooth running of their education
✔ Assist them in medical care
✔ Provide them with food and shelter
Awe-Team keeps in touch with these kids, motivate and encourage them to
attend their dreams. The implementation of the project is carried out by
our partners in the localities where the kids live.
Some internally displaced kids in the English speaking region in Cameroon (Southern Cameroon).
Over 600.000 Southern Cameroonians and mostly kids and mothers have been rendered homeless since the outbreak of the war in 2016.
Picture July 2019
Internally displaced persons in English speaking region in Cameroon. The vulnerable (mothers and Kids) are the most affected. Picture June 2019
Refugee Camp in Nigeria 2019: AWE Team organised a Christmas party for Refugee kids who escaped war from the English speaking region in Cameroon
Chairlady Eleanor September 2019 on a mission to the field. She met with women who fled with their kids from war in the English region in Cameroon and found refuge in Nigeria. On this mission, she had several meetings with the women in which they explained their needs and how these could be fulfilled.
We reach out to these kids through our cooperation partners who are stationed in the localities.
They inform us about the persons in need and keep us updated on how the project is running. The results of our engagement are published on our Website and also on our Facebook page.
Donations for this project should please be coded “Sunshine Kids”, so that it is used only for this purpose.
Thanks for your generosity.
God bless Giver and Receiver