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We are a small but successful UK grassroots charity based in the Deepings and working in Africa in Mgongeni an urban slum area of Mombasa, Kenya. We are making a difference with our school for 250 poor children and our programme to support women and youth. We aim to help the people out of poverty by giving them the confidence, education and skills to solve their own problems. There have been vast improvements in the past seven years but with your help we can do much more.
See construction of our school building.
 

We are building a school  

£110,500.00 raised

   Phase two completed.

£120,500.00 more needed.

             

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A gift of £3 will buy 10 bricks to help build Miche Bora Primary School.

 

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£200 could provide health or business training for 20 women

 

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£300 could buy 1000 bricks. Enough to build a classroom
£60 could buy two chairs and a table
£2000 could pay for a bore hole and a water tank
£3 p.m. could provide porridge for one of our children
£70 p.m. could pay a teacher's salary
£10 p.m. could pay for Esther and 10 others to receive adult education
 
 
 
Latest news
Miche Bora Primary   Celebrations at the new well  
Graduation day
November 2016



What a wonderful celebration and what a magnificent turnout.The whole celebration was organised by the teachers including a presentation from every class and lunch for 300 parents and children. In Kenya it is common for... Read more->
Clinic is on the move
January 2017

 Our clinic which was opened in June is moving across to the new building. It is still serving our children and their families in the hope that we can keep them all well but now it will be in a purpose built room. All children will be carefully monitored . .. Read more ->
Paul raises £1,883 for Miche Bora children    June 2016

Paul had just cycled the Scottish Highlands North Coast 500 to raise money for Mustard Seed. It took a week to complete this arduous cycle ride which involved more uphill miles than the ascent of Everest.  A magnificent achievement. A big thank you Paul.....  Read more ->
Feeding programme continues at Miche Bora   May 2016

Like most small African Charities involved in education a feeding programme is a major priority. In Mgongeni few people are starving but malnutrition is a huge problem as people exist on one meal of maizemeal a day. For the children of  Miche Bora ...Read more ->
 
Nurse  Alice volunteers
June 2016

Thinking of volunteering abroad? You can volunteer for free with Mustard Seed Project.  Alice is one of a number of volunteers who have spent time in our school in Kenya. They are making such a difference and if you think ... Read more  ->  
New Cess Pit and Soak-away from Rotary February 2016


OK it may not look very sexy but what a wonderful gift from Rotary. When you have a school of 300 children in a building plus all the staff necessary for running the school it is absolutely essential if you do not wish to polute the  environment  Read more ->
Oliver cycles 100 km for Miche Bora
 June 2016

 
 
Oliver is amazing. At just nine years of age he cycled 100 km and raised £350 for the children of Miche Bora.  (worth another £87.50 with gift-aid).  This will make such a difference. This money could be enough to pay the school fees for a whole year for two children.    ...Read more ->
Sonal raises £8,500 by climbing Kilimanjaro   October 2015

Click on the photo above to see an amazing video of Sonal climbing Kili. Sonal wanted to raise money for a grassroots charity and chose Mustard Seed Project. She was also looking for  a personal challenge and what could be better than climbing Kilimanjaro.  ....  Read more ->
 
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