Joyland Prime Academy provides free quality education to abandoned, orphaned and vulnerable children in the Mombasa region in Kenya, providing a loving school environment in which these children can grow and prosper.
The Ann Foundation recently began providing English and computer classes to the students at St. Mary’s International School, in the Tanzanian city of Mbeya.
On International Disability Day (12/3/12), the Ann Foundation started our first class for visually impaired children at Tekla Kagera.
During its 2004 mission trip, the Ann Foundation directed its focus on another part of the world, helping establish a computer learning center in Luwero, Uganda.
Uhuru Mchanganyiko primary school is one of the oldest educational institutions in Tanzania. It was established in the city of Dar es Salaam in 1921,
Through the years, the Ann Foundation has had the opportunity to provide assistance to 18 schools and trusts across India and Cameroon.