Oznur and Serg’s wedding

Donations instead of gifts

Dear All,

What if you had the opportunity to make the world a better and safer place? The chance to help make a difference in the lives of less fortunate children, would you try? 

We are betting that you will. 

Rather than spending money on gifts, we humbly ask you to consider donating to a life-changing initiative we have chosen to support. Together with our friends from the non-profit organization Groundbreaker we have selected these crucial initiatives to support: NEW CLASSROOMS FOR MUKOMARI PRIMARY SCHOOL IN KENYA, FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION SCHOOL IN BHUTAN & KAGERU PRIMARY SCHOOL IN TANZANIA. By teaming up with our friends, family and community, we can influence the lives of children who are in need and create a brighter future for them.

Thank you very much for your contribution,



Mukomari School Renovation Kenya

6 Months



New classrooms for special education Bhutan

1.5 Years



New classrooms for Kageru Primary School in Tanzania

6 Months


About the First Project
New classrooms for Mukomari primary school in Kenya


Mukomari primary school serves 485 students, which means the average number of learners per class is 53. Since there is no financial means 7 temporary classrooms are made of mud walls and are in very poor physical condition. There are 10 toilets to be shared among the students, teachers, and support staff. The condition of the toilets is very unhygienic and is a risk factor for potential infections.


We want to build six additional classrooms and an additional sanitary block of 10 latrines. This allows us to create a learning environment that is suitable for children. In addition, part of the budget goes to teacher training to improve the quality of education.

Current Classrooms Made Out of Mud
Makeshift Classrooms
Students of the Primary School
Kitchen Area
Current Sanitary Facilities
Makeshift Classroom II

About the Second Project
New classrooms for special education in Bhutan


The inclusive school identified for this project in Mongar, Bhutan started to include children with disabilities in 2009. While this school is one of the best schools in terms of providing educational intervention services to children with various difficulties, the school lacks accessible classrooms for students to move from the general classes to the special education classes. The current special education classroom is located in a hilly area of the school, compromising the safety and proper accessibility for children with disabilities.


To address this issue, this project aims to construct six unit accessible special education classrooms, including office blocks, as well as attached accessible WASH facilities. The classrooms will be connected through accessible footpaths and ramps. This project will directly benefit 43 students with disabilities and their seven teachers.

Kids participating in the classroom
An example classroom
Students from a special education school
The school in Bhutan
Inside the classroom
Outside one of the classrooms

About the Third Project
New classrooms for Kyerunga Primary School in Tanzania


The school lacks funds and infrastructure, and the large and growing number of children attending schools has amplified challenges beyond the mere accessibility of schools. Students’ performance in primary school in Tanzania is worrisome. Moreover, the repetition of school-year rates is high. Reasons for this can be found in class sizes averaging around 75 students. Overcrowded classrooms do not allow teachers to be responsive to individual student’s needs and participation becomes difficult.


We want to build two new classrooms, fully furnished with 30 desks and blackboards. This will create an adequate school infrastructure that decreases the pupil classroom-ratio, allows the children to concentrate better on lessons, and receive more attention from the teacher. Therefore, the project leads to higher attendance rates, better grades, and ultimately better educational prospects beyond primary school.

A classroom from the outside
Exterior of the school
A rainwater tank

Project Example from Tanzania after Construction

Tanzania, Bukoba, 2022