About us

Who we are

We are a team of change-makers who believe that every helping hand can raise a child and create a better future for them.

We started with a dream to create a world with the same opportunities. Kids with dreams and potential to make a better world are waiting for us to give them just the foundation to start. This dream now is real and our goal is to create an orphanage to cover all the needs all kids should have, house, food and people love them.  Unfortunately, there are many such underprivileged children who needed help with food, shelter and education. Our team will work in different areas to reach as many children as possible.

Our approach

Our Mission
Our mission is to make sure all children get all the support they need, when they need it, no matter what it is.
Whether it is a reassuring conversation, financial help, education, professional training, or simply the assurance that they are not alone, we will make sure that everyone gets support that meets them where they’re at as quickly as possible.
Our Vision
We want to build a world where no child feels alone and gets every possible help they need as soon as possible.

Our entire team wants to see a world where every youngster struggling in any way feels able to reach out and has people who’ll help them with education, jobs, and more. We want to spread out in Gambia so we’ll be reachable to all.

Kids eating in Gambia

Gambia in numbers

Gambia, the smiling coast in Africa, is a small West African country, bounded by Senegal, with a narrow Atlantic coastline. It’s known for its diverse ecosystems around the central Gambia River. 2.4 million of people live in Gambia and usually families have four kids average. 

The Gambian economy is heavily dependent on peanut (groundnut) production and export.

Tourism has grown in importance and is a major source of foreign exchange. Tourists originally came from Europe, attracted by the country’s beaches, diverse birdlife, and pleasant climate between October and April.

Although improvement has been made since independence, the overall health conditions in The Gambia are poor. Inadequate sanitation is a problem for more than half of the population, and about one-third of the people do not have access to safe drinking water. Malaria poses the most significant health threat; other parasitic diseases and tuberculosis are also common health problems.



kids crossing Gambia