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Dodore Foundation supports poor mother-headed families in developing countries with monthly donations. We empower them to improve their own lives. Our methods of donation are simple, transparent, and very effective.
Through Dodore, you can donate to poor single mothers who earn no more than € 1 per day. We give unconditionally: the beneficiaries themselves know best what their families are in need of.
We guarantee that 100 percent of your donation goes directly to the beneficiaries. Together with you, we can make a difference in people’s lives today.
Dodore is supported by investors who cover all of our costs, on the condition that we keep overhead as low as possible. And this is how we do that.
We use the simple concept of unconditional gifts.
We us new (mobile) technologies: all payments to beneficiaries are done through M-pesa, Kenya’s mobile banking system.
We work with volunteers.
We partner up with local organizations.
Dodore provides financial empowerment through mobile money transfers (M-pesa) to poor mother-headed families with a small unconditional gifts.
Identifying and helping mother-headed families in need is the aim of the Dodore Foundation. Dodore has focused on Kenya as mobile banking is well developed. With the help of community health workers, church leaders and volunteers, we are able to identify and enroll mother-headed families.
We currently have beneficiaries in Kibera and Sinai slum in Nairobi and Kendu Bay in Kisumu. We are working on increasing the number of beneficiaries and extending the services not only in Kenya but also in other African countries.
Our well-wishers focuses on the beneficiaries on board and will continue supporting them for as long as there is money.
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‘I would like Dodore Foundation to continue supporting poor single mothers, grow bigger and get more donors so that they can help other single women who are going through tough times’. These were the words of Winfred about Dodore Foundation during an interview in her tiny single roomed house in Sinai slum, Nairobi. Winfred is […]READ MORE
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