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KCC was founded in 2007 by a group of friends from Kigamboni. These were Festo, Rashid, Nassoro and George.
In cooperation with the Swiss Carène Foundation, the Peter Ustinov Foundation rebuilt the school in Nele, Nepal, as it was completely destroyed in the devastating earthquake of 2014.
Our partner organization Matri Griha Nepal supports disabled and disadvantaged children for more than 15 years now.
Aim of the Academy of Creativity (AoC) is to make art, music and theatre more accessible to the young and at the same time provide children with practical content and thus increase their chances for a better future.
The Ustinov World School is intended primarily to prevent school dropouts. Children who have already left school are given a second chance. Because only a good school education can save them from permanent unemployment and poverty.
Despite economic growth over the past decade, Ethiopia remains one of the poorest countries in the world with around 95 million inhabitants. Over 80% of the population lives from agriculture.
Upsala-Circus is a unique and probably the most successful social project in Russia nowadays that works with at risk children and youth. It is not a traditional circus.
Since 2002, the SOLGIDI program in Kenya has been set up for daughters of women who are forced to prostitute themselves because of poverty.
The charitable society COMPA works in over a dozen schools in the Bolivian municipalities of El Alto and Achocalla and supports socially-disadvantaged children and adolescents.