In August 2006, Amani started a new Non-Formal Education program. This program would later be registered with the Tanzanian government, allowing the children at Amani the same opportunities for their futures as students enrolled in government schools.

Amani’s nurse began providing basic health services to children living on the streets. Each week she would arrive on the streets with her medical bag in hand, ready to treat skin infections, wounds from accidents and fighting, chest colds, and symptoms of STDs for children who had no where else to turn for help.

Amani’s Monthly Sponsorship program began in 2006, giving individuals the chance to partner with Amani through giving monthly, ensuring sustainable long-term support for the Amani children. Construction work on the new Amani home continued throughout the year. There were an average of 88 children living at Amani in 2006.