Tabarak children home began on 4th February 2005 in Kenya East Africa Mombasa county Kisauni sub county. It was started by Mama Asha pili Ramadhan with the vision to take care of the vulnerable children in the society.
She began at a rental house with a total number of 15 children, where she used to pay the house with the proceeds from her vegetable business. She was assisted by wellwishers to take care of the children.
Currently the institution house and give full support to 30 children who live in the orphanage and fully depend on the home.
Tabarak is headed by the director Mama Asha pili Ramadhan
Administered by Mr Steve Brian Omondi who is also the social worker
The home has one cook and one house mother and one watchman as the full staff at the home.
Tabarak is situated in a neighbourhood that has so many challenges. Kisauni sub county is known as the almost violent area full of drug abuse and crime. We are committed to changing this narrative through sport and other skills related like tailoring. Most young children have embraced our ways of engaging them through sports keeping them away from crims and drugs.
Parents around the area recommend our school for have the best discipline children and drug free and crime free
Most of children were brought to her by the sub county children department as total orphans, or partial orphan or abandoned cases or neglect.
Through the hands of well-wishers and committed donors like Lift the children Tabarak has managed to educate and continue to educate the children.
The needs of expansion in terms of workers and resources has been one of the major problems faced by the institution. The ever raising cost of life has also changed how things are done in the home.
Tabarak Children's Home was founded by Mr. Ali Ahmed and Mrs. Asha Pili Ramadhan. They started the home to provide social, economic, and educational support to children orphaned by HIV/Aids and women widowed by HIV/Aids.
The Current Centre
The current facility consists of a four roomed dormitory, a kitchen, an office and a seperate house where the director lives.
Source of their Funding
They receive funding mainly from well wishers and Lift the Children. Money is occasionally donated by co-operatives and non-governmental organizations.
Areas of Endeavor
Tabarak Children's strives to meet the physical, social, medical and educational needs of the children in their care. They support the widows by helping them work on small income generating activities. They also run and support co-curricular activities for the children.
They require funds to expand their property so that they can accept more people into the home. They also need funds to provide enough food, shelter, and funding to keep their current projects running.