What does it do?
- The Pablo Horstmann Foundation offers quality healthcare to children and women and fights malnutrition in children.
- It educates vulnerable boys and girls and takes them into its Meki orphanage to prevent them from being abandoned.
- Through its projects it reaches out to more than 50,000 children in Kenya and Ethiopia each year.
Which countries does it operate in?
- It operates in the African regions of Turkana, Lamu (Kenya) and Meki (Ethiopia).
Other interesting information:
- As part of its mission, it seeks to provide dignified healthcare, provide a home to orphans, fight child malnutrition, educate children and promote volunteering.
- The Pablo Horstmann Foundation has received the UNICEF Transformation Award 2019 for improving maternal-child health, reducing child mortality and promoting access to women’s healthcare during pregnancy and postpartum.