Neema Village

Neema Village operating in the city of Arusha, Tanzania, and is a rescue center for orphaned, abandoned and at-risk babies.   Babies who have been left on the roadside, on porches, in yards, left alone in houses and even in latrines come to Neema when hospitals and police stations call asking for help.

With a staff of forty full time Tanzanians there is twenty-four-hour care, seven days a week at Neema.  At Neema Village they have all found love and care.

Since the beginning in June 2012, one hundred and fourteen babies have been helped by Neema Village.  Twenty babies have been adopted and nineteen have been returned to an extended family member

NEEMA VILLAGE MISSION STATEMENT 

  • RESCUING abandoned, orphaned, and at-risk babies
  • REUNITING children with extended families and promoting adoptions
  • RESTORING hope to women through education, business opportunities, parenting skills and spiritual guidance
  • RENEWING dignity to AIDs widows

Meet Mercy

Neema House Child

Neema Villge Child, Mercy

This baby girl came to live at Neema on Sept 10, 2016.  She and her twin, Mary, were born premature and have been at the hospital since their birth on June 9th 2016.  Unfortunately, their mother died and the grandmother has been caring for the babies in the hospital but could not continue.  Many mothers die from complications during childbirth in Africa.  It is truly unfortunate for these little ones to lose their mothers at the most critical time in their lives.  Formula is very expensive and out of the reach of most African families.  With no sterile water, no electricity for refrigeration and little medical help in the villages many of these little babies would not survive.

You can help Neema Village to look after these babies by donating for a fine art print.