Rainbow House

Rainbow House is a beautiful two storey house with garden in Urubamba where children can live happily and safely. Kiya Survivors employs two substitute mothers to look after the children to make sure they are always well fed, cared for and safe.


House Mum

Luisa has been with Kiya Survivors for 15 years! She was a cook at the Rainbow Centre from the day it opened and now she works as one of the substitute Mums at The Rainbow House. She is grateful to be a part of the NGO family and her son, Michel who has autism, has improved greatly thanks to the amazing therapists who support the Kiya kids. She considers the Rainbow House her home and the children adore her.

Henna Toivanen

Volunteer Coordinator / Operations and Project Coordinator

Henna has been working for Kiya Survivors since 2014 as the Project Manager in Urubamba and now as the Administration and Operations Manager. She is originally from Finland but has lived in Peru for almost 4 years. She really enjoys working with the different projects in Peru and has learned a lot especially about the local culture and the people in the area. She is the contact person for the Kiya sponsors and therefore she can give up to date information directly from the ground.

Giancarlo (Foncho)

Giancarlo (Foncho) is a Project Manager for The Rainbow House here in Urubamba. He is also in charge of the Individual Volunteers who join us out in Peru. He is responsible for everything related to The Rainbow House orphanage in coordination with Volunteers, UK Operations and Peruvian Staff Manager. His background experience is in marketing and he has also had experience working with volunteers in a couple of NGO's in Lima. He really enjoys working with children and is very happy with his role!

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