Cooperation agreement signed with ANIDAN
The Kullmann Foundation is proud to announce the new agreement that has been signed on 9 July with the Spanish NGO ANIDAN, founded by Rafael Selas Colorado in 2002. We welcome ANIDAN as our new partner.
In 2002, Rafael Selas Colorado, made it his personal mission to help the orphans and abandoned children of the island of Lamu who he had personally seen begging or searching through the rubbish for food. With the help of family and friends, Rafael founded ANIDAN which houses in the meantime more than 150 children and feeds, clothes, cares for and educates over 280 with an unparalleled personal commitment that has brought happiness and hope to hundreds of children in need. Together with the Fundación Pablo Horstmann ANIDAN also opened a paediatric hospital where since 2008 over 100,000 patients have been treated.
A key goal of ANIDAN’s work in Kenya is that the children it cares for receive secondary education, university education or other forms of professional training which allow them to become fully self-sufficient and take on roles within their community that empower them to become a catalyst for positive change. The Kullmann foundation specifically supports the final education and professional qualification of the children and young adults under ANIDAN’s present or former care before they leave the shelter or have just done so. Along with our financial sponsorship, we will also provide career coaching and on-site training, trying to mentor the children and assist them in finding their right path in life.