We value transparency and accountability.

"The Plaster House offers a clean and loving environment that includes three meals a day to promote health and healing.
Every day I watch as our programme changes these children’s lives.
Sarah Rejman, Director

Our Income and Expenditure in 2018

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Our 2018 Annual Report

All our Annual Reports

The Plaster House Annual Report 2018

The Plaster House Annual Report 2017

The Plaster House Annual Report 2016

The Plaster House Annual Report 2015

The Plaster House Annual Report 2014

The Plaster House Annual Report 2013

The Plaster House Annual Report 2012

Why are parents asked to contribute?

In Swahili, the word for “free of charge” is the same as the word for “worthless”.  We expect that parents or caregivers of the patients themselves make some contribution to the care that we give.  It brings a sense of ownership which changes the way the patient is perceived and received in the community.  The amount we ask for is about 2% to 5% of the total cost of the surgical and rehabilitative care. We aim to treat children, so we do not let it be a barrier to treatment, but we do encourage the contribution. The average cost of treatment is USD$850. The average family contribution is USD$25. The $825 balance is funded by donors and grants.

“The most meaningful contribution I received was six eggs from a mama who had nothing else,” Sarah Rejman, Director