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March to the Top serves the critical needs of the people and lands of Africa through initiatives in health education and conservation.
New Hope Orphanage and Clinic
Founded in 2008, New Hope-AINA provides healthcare, education and housing to HIV affected children. The center also has a primary school that is open to children in the local community and provides healthcare through our onsite clinic to HIV positive adults and children in the community.
- New Hope currently is home to 119 children and provides primary education to an additional 153 students from the local community
- Our clinic treats the children in the village and over 250 individuals from the local community
M.E.A.K. (Medical and Educational Aid in Kenya)
MEAK provides medical and surgical missions in the fields of pediatric cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, ophthalmology and orthopedics. Since its inception, M.E.A.K. has provided over 11,000 surgeries.
- Each year March to the Top sponsors a Pediatric Heart Mission in Nairobi, providing life-saving pediatric cardiac surgeries to 20 or more children from across the country
- We sponsor two Eye & Dental Missions each year, restoring sight and eradicating infection in remote nomadic, pastoralist and refugee populations
Dandora Maternal-Child Health Center
The Dandora Maternal-Child Health Center provides clean, safe, consistent child and maternal health services in Dandora, a Nairobi slum in which women are two times as likely to die in childbirth than in Kenya as a whole.
- Since opening its doors in early 2017, the Maternal Child Health Center has delivered over 500 healthy babies
- March to the Top, through partnership with the center, has also provided research grants, skills training, counseling and mentorship to the greater Dandora community
Kenya Wildlife Trust
Kenya Wildlife Trust is Kenya’s works to create sustainable predator populations in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Southern Kenya. Through their work, lions, leopards, cheetahs, and hyenas are granted safe, sustainable ecosystems in which they flourish.
- March to the Top currently supports the Predator Conservation program, protecting ecosystems and reducing human-wildlife conflict.
- In collaboration with African Schools of Kenya, March to the Top funded the Esiteti School, which grants primary education to the local Masaai community
Northern Rangelands Trust
Northern Rangelands Trust is composed of 35 member conservancies across 44,000 square kilometers across Kenya. Through a community conservancy model, NRT preserves ecosystems, protects wildlife and empowers communities.
- March to the Top funds the Ewaso Elephant conservation program, providing security for elephants in the Ewaso Ecosystem of central Kenya.
- We provide scholarships for local pastoralist children through Save a Mind, Give a Choice, an education-focused charity located in Lewa Conservancy.
D.R.E.A.M. works to stem the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa through small, rural health centers that provide low-cost, accessible care. The organization has ten centers in Kenya, one of which was started in collaboration with March to the Top’s New Hope Orphanage.
- Through our D.R.E.A.M. clinic, we provide medication and healthcare to the residents and school children of New Hope – AINA
- The clinic also provides medication, treatment, and supplementary food to HIV positive individuals in the local community
Amboseli Trust for Elephants
Amboseli Trust is a conservation effort aimed at the protection and sustainability of African Elephant populations.
- March to the Top provides the monetary resources necessary to promote conservation through research projects, community involvement and advocacy
- With the support of M2T, Amboseli Trust is currently monitoring over 55 elephant groups
- March to the Top has adopted an elephant family which will provide the group lifetime support and protection