Programs by Type
Discover the World (“DTW”) connects compassionate donors with vulnerable children in Kenya to provide safety, shelter, food, clothing, medical care, education and other vital resources to abandoned babies, orphans and vulnerable children on an individual basis.
Vulnerable Child Assistance
Orphans & Vulnerable Children
Discover the World joins with dedicated partners in Africa to provide food, safety, shelter, clothing, medical care,
education and other vital resources to abandoned babies, orphans and vulnerable children on an individual basis
Abandoned Baby Rescue
Provide refuge in homes for abandoned babies who are one day old up to one year old. Our programs then partner with the Kenyan Department of Children’s Services to seek permanent homes that can adopt or foster the children
Higher Education Scholarships
These funds support college, university, vocational and leadership training. These scholarships will help these innocent victims of the HIV/AIDS crisis secure jobs and prepare for a life of self-sufficiency as contributing and productive members of society.
The children we serve in Kenya all come from impoverished communities. Most have been orphaned and all of them deserve opportunities for a safe and fulfilling life.
We provide vital resources such as:
Safe and secure housing
Loving and professional adult caregivers
Sustainable Community Development Projects
In the coming year, we will join with our Kenyan partners in the development of a number of small and mid-sized projects which will reach hundreds of vulnerable children.
We are currently funding or considering the following efforts:
Expansion of several children’s home centers
To reach street children and homeless mothers
Development of small sustainable businesses for our partners
Vehicles to transport children
Discover the World is able to assist vulnerable children and families in Kenya in times of urgency by providing food, clean water, tents, mosquito nets, clothing and other items needed as a result of famine, dislocation or internal conflict. These efforts are guided by organizations in Kenya with which we have trusting, working relationships.