Lala salama they say in Lamu. It means «sleep safely» «sleep protected». In Anidan, the main of our challenges is that our kids feel safe and protected. Thanks to your help, they sleep safely knowing that everything is going to be allright.
There is no better plan for this Sunday than travelling to Lamu from your sofa while you contribute to Anidan! At 6:30 pm CEST the great documentary «New Moon» will be screened and there will be a Q&A with the director @philippandisiherrmann who has decided to donate half of the proceeds to our (her) house. … Read more
In Kenya there are four confirmed coronavirus cases, how many will there actually be? The government has closed schools and universities, although they have not yet limited citizens’ mobility. We are very lucky, our hospital has designed a specific plan for ANIDAN to try to avoid infections, because the health of our children (and our … Read more
In the Hospital we are updating the covid19 protocol adding new points for handwashing at the entrance of Anidan and at different points of the hospital, providing soaps and antiseptic solutions for workers, patients and family members. The triage will take place outdoors I order to keep on assessing care priorities ensuring the distancing of … Read more
Due to the school closings and curfews enacted in Kenya, Anidan feeds 88 children and 34 staff members who are confined in our house. Besides, Anidan started giving meals to 85 families in Lamu, those whose children are awarded scholarships by Anidan, and 69 families from Manda Maweni, a neighboring island that is one of … Read more