January 2004 – We begin our work in Oldeani by providing a home and forever family to 17 marginalized children
September 2006 – The Rift Valley Children’s Village opens. Our family grows to 41 children.
July 2009 – We open Mikumi house as a loving home to 12 new children. 69 kids then call RVCV home.
November 2010 – TCF employs its first Nurse, officially opening our Rural Community Health Clinic.
January 2011 – Our eldest children enroll in secondary school. Because there was no viable secondary school in our area they had to attend boarding school in Arusha.
December 2011 – For the first time in school history, 100% of Standard 7 students pass the National Exam.
November 2013 – TCF partners with the government to co-manage Oldeani Secondary School. At the time, only 3% of the Form 4 class at OSS passed the National Exam.
December 2014 – Microfinance Program empowers 513 clients.
July 2015 – First RVCV children enroll in their post-secondary educations.
December 2016 – We become a family of 97 when we welcome Flavi and Nuru into our family.
November 2017 – 81% of the OSS Form 4 class pass their National Exam.
January 2018 – Rural Community Health Clinic treats an average of 23 patients per day.