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The Nasio Trust’s 2023 Achievements
January 2024

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 2023 in numbers – see below!

Health

  • 28,521 Patients treated at the medical centre
  • 458 Babies delivered
  • 48.5k Feeding programme meals served
  • 1,822 Vaccinations/immunisations administered
  • 19 Houses treated for jiggers
  • 250 People treated for jiggers

Employees

UK Staff

  • 3 Full-time
  • 4 Part-time
  • 1 Volunteer

Kenyan Staff

  • 74 Full-time
  • 9 Consultants
  • 24 Volunteers

Volunteering & Fundraising

  • 45 Volunteers in Kenya
  • 16 Kilimanjaro climbers
  • 8 Kenyan partnerships
  • £472 Easter appeal funds raised
  • £1,178 Porridge kitchen appeal funds raised
  • £1,828 Christmas appeal funds raised
  • £268k Funds received through donations

Education & Child Welfare

  • 336 Number of children supported
  • 4,010 People reached through peer education
  • 808 Home and school visits made

Community & Farming

  • 4,900 Beneficiaries from our Agriculture Project
  • 36 Goats distributed
  • 517 Gift items donated
  • 1.4k Re-usable sanitary napkins distributed
  • 40 Women in the soap making project

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

"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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Visit to one of Nasio’s projects – The Porridge Kitchen

We were lucky enough on our recent visit to Nasio’s projects to be involved in the new support group for mums with malnourished babies or very young children.

The Porridge Kitchen had recently evolved so that the group had decided to meet at a different home each week.

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”Cosmic Cats” Children’s Stories Being Sold in Aid of Our Library Appeal

We’ve been selected as the beneficiary for an exciting new project bringing together an anthology of work by children from Mumias School in West Kenya and St Swithun’s in Oxfordshire.

All proceeds from the sale of “Cosmic Cats” will go towards our Library Appeal.

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Nasio Recognised As Gold Standard Internship Host By Oxford University For 2023

The Nasio Trust is recognised again for an excellent internship experience!

As many of you may already be aware, we regularly invite interns from Oxford University to come and spend a few weeks with us at The Nasio Trust.

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