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The Nasio Trust’s 2022 Achievements
March 2023

At the start of each new year, we look back and take a moment to celebrate the things you have helped us to achieve over the last year.

We’ve produced a simple infographic illustrating some of the highlights. Click here to download it now.

For a full rundown of our 2022 in numbers – see below!

Health

  • 19,613 Patients treated at the medical centre
  • 502 Babies delivered
  • 2,075 National hospital insurance fund enrolments for vulnerable families
  • 4,079 vaccinations administered

Community & Volunteering

  • 48 Fundraising event attendees
  • 7 Kilimanjaro climbers
  • 12 Interns
  • 42 Student volunteers

Education & Child Welfare

Farming

  • 600 Farmers supported
  • 62 Hens donated
  • 129 Kitchen gardens started
  • 6,720 Litres of dairy milk produced for our children
  • 672 Trees and seedlings planted
  • 52.8kg Of spirulina produced

Without the help of supporters like you none of this would have been possible. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

This story is listed in: About Nasio, Achievements, Success Stories

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"They have paid my fees in school. They house me and they provide everything I need."
Moses (The orphan that started it all)

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