Started in 1998 . By a retired teacher.
Monthly support by lift the children is 30k
Praxedes Masila, formerly a primary school teacher, has worked in various programs to help reach out to vulnerable children on the street. She opened this centre to help improve living standards and to promote health and good moral values.
The Current Centre
Baraka Za Ibrahim provides shelter and boarding facilities for the 28 residential children. They also have facilities to provide vocational training, and primary and secondary schooling.
Source of their Funding
Areas of Endeavor
Baraka Za Ibrahim provides education for school aged children as well as vocational training. They also provide food and protection for all of the orphans and vulnerable children.
The two greatest challenges they face are acquiring enough food to maintain their feeding program and overcrowding in their school. They would also like to be able to build more classrooms.