Projects

SHAMMAH PROJECT in KIBERA in NAIROBI and KANGUNDO, KENYA

Aim

To educate, feed orphan and vulnerable children and eradicate poverty

We did it!! Completed building

WE DID IT!!! The new Shammah building

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Workshops

FAPADAG is providing workshops, courses, modules for professionals, institutions or communities on strategic thinking, grant applications and community development. Read more >>


 

Projects

The aim of both Shammah children centres is: To educate, feed orphan and vulnerable children and eradicate poverty in slum and rural areas by training life skills at early age in order to be able to survive in the slum (Kibera) and in the rural area (Kangundo). Read more >>

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 Two New Projects

1. An emergency project related to the Shammah project in Kibera Slums and COVID-19 read more 

contribute to FAPADAG; IBAN: NL28RABO0394017528

  

Project: 2020.0235 Corona FAPADAG-Shammah

 or Donate here

 2. Education- a Future for ALL! project for Shammah Centre in Kangundo  in collaboration with read more  contribute to FAPADAG, IBAN: NL28RABO0394017528

project: 2019.0346 Onderwijs een toekomst voor allen           

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CONSULTANCY AND SUPERVISION

FAPADAG is providing consultancy concerning concrete project writing and implementing and supervision and advise for research projects concerning social inclusion and participatory action research. Read more >>

 

 

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FAPADAG (Facilitation and Participation of Disadvantaged Groups) is an organization that is supporting small projects which endeavour participation of disadvantaged groups in society, in particularly persons with disabilities. The support can be financial, consultancy or educational.

FAPADAG is established in 2002 as a follow up of two official EU projects of ENOTHE (European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education- www.enothe.eu), one TEMPUS project in Georgia and Armenia and one JOINT action project in Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania in order to support social reform processes in East and Central Europe.

The students (mostly Occupational Therapists) who were educated in these projects were requesting further support in the development of educational curricula, practice and research.
FAPADAG focuses on projects in East and Central Europe and (East-) and Africa in particularly Kenya.