Droplets in a Stream currently partners with local community leaders to achieve its vision in Africa. For detailed information on each partner, please visit the respective profiles.
Frank and Lindah Nyameche
After working for years in Africa’s largest slum (Kibera, Kenya) since 2003, Frank and Linda Nyameche are basing themselves in Kisumu Kenya to work on the development of Mama Wilfreda’s Childrens Home. Read more…
Haggai and Agnes Mwesige
As key community leaders, Haggai and his wife Agnus and their family have dedicated themselves to improving the lives of under privileged people in the deprived slum of Nateete in Kampala, capital city of Uganda since 2000. Read more…
Mama Wilfreda’s Children’s Home
Samson and Betty Nyameche have devoted most of their lives building their orphanage in the rural former impoverished community of Kisumu, Kenya and providing leadership to other communities in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi and Congo. Read more…
Former Sydneysider and grandmother, Irene Gleeson moved to rural war torn Northern Uganda in 1988 to help the plight of the local children. Today Irene and her leadership team are well down their journey to transform their community by providing over 10,000 children with food, medicine, full day care and schooling.
Community leaders of Bwindi, home of “Gorillas in the Mist” in south-western Uganda on the borders of Rwanda and Congo have been on a journey to transform their community through significant improvements in education, health, agriculture, orphanages, sustainable business and infrastructure.
After significant previous assistance, Droplets in a Stream are currently reviewing how best to effectively support BODEC in delivery of the next steps of their vision so are not currently actively looking for support in this area. Once we have clear direction, we will update status.