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Boo Projects

Nyamache Seed of Hope

Nyamache is a small village on the outskirts of the vibrant town of Kisii in Nayanza Province, Kenya. It is the location of the Boo funded ‘Seed of Hope’ centre.

Early Childhood Centres

We have recently committed to funding four Early Childhood Development schools. Located in Nyamwanga, Busire, Kibera and Kandara.

St Andrews Baby Unit

Background St Andrews Baby Unit is a seven-year-old project initiated by Vision Africa and supported by Boo within the grounds of Kandara Children’s Home.

Kibera Mpira Mtanni

The Boo Charity has recently begun supporting a football club initiative run by Kibera Mpira Mtanni (KIMTA). KIMTA are based in Kibira, a renowned slum in Nairobi.

Boo News

Boo Charity Ball – Roll up, Roll up!

Boo Charity Ball: Join us for a circus-themed celebration of giving children in Africa opportunity to escape from poverty for 15 years. Roll up, roll up - it’s time to let us entertain you at the annual Boo Charity Ball, where we will be celebrating 15 years of Boo...

Davina’s Story: How supporting one child can help a whole family escape from poverty

Davina Moyaka has become a pillar of her community since she launched her start-up beauty therapy business last year in the Borangi PAG Market. The Boo Charity helped Davina gain skills and qualifications through the Nyamache Life Skills Centre, where her teachers inspired her to believe in herself and her own abilities. With the support of her family, Davina has started up her own beauty therapy business and gone on to make an amazing impact on her community. This is Davina’s story (so far!) …

Matter of the Mind – Tara Howard Charity Single

The Boo Charity is excited to announce the release of Tara Howard‘s first single ‘Matter of the Mind’ this morning on Amazon. DOWNLOAD NOW All the net proceeds from this single are kindly being donated to Boo so every penny raised will make a real difference and we...


The aim of “Boo” is to help children of Africa disadvantaged through economic poverty. We provide help in a variety of ways, including food, shelter, health, education, life-skills and emotional support.

The overriding ethos of “Boo” will always be to provide “Opportunity not Charity”. As one orphaned youngster we met on our first trip to Kenya said “Don’t just give me a fish, teach me how to fish.”

Boo is a very low cost charity being run by the Trustee’s and a team of volunteers. This enables us to use all your money on our projects, which directly help the children who really need it.


The Boo organization has already made a huge impact on the lives of children in Kenya. However still over 2 million children go without food, clean water and most importantly education every day. Many have no parents due to the plight of AIDS and many die through neglect.

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