Juhudi Children in Crisis

JCIC is on Mission to improve the lives of children around North Rift Kenya affected by early marriages, child labour, School drop-out, malnutrion and other hidden crisis by working with local communities and other agencies in providing education, healthcare, protection and psycho-social support.
Mar 10, 2014

We will remain in school always

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On Thursday 21 children from Eronge and Chepkaitit primary schools were supported with their school fees. Through the head teachers of the two schools, we identified the 21 children whom are from vulnerable families and orphans. The children were smiling as they were receiving the support from our project officer. When we met one orphan, a class one pupil, he thought that we were to send him home to get the fees required for him to stay in school. But after a short while, the pupil was smiling and saying “I am happy that I will remain in school like other children. I promise to work hard and thank a lot”. These inspiring words Keep the work of Juhudi going. “We are very grateful as a school for the assistance accorded to our pupils. May the Lord bless you as you continue assisting the needy”. Says the head teacher Eronge primary school.

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Mar 10, 2014

Their school fees paid

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After going home several times to look for fees to keep them in school like other children, 12 girls were supported this week by Juhudi to keep and maintain them in school. These girls who are orphans and vulnerable are from Eronge and Chepkaitit primary schools, were at risk of dropping out of school. “These are children who need care and good handle as some of them can loose hope and decide otherwise. We need to continually support them as some of them they do not have anyone to run to when they need support. We appreciate the work that you are doing and hope that you will continue to do this to support this generation of tomorrow. We will continue working together to see that all those that need support go through those though moments. Thanks to those who are behind this great work” Said the Head teacher Chepkaitit primary school Mr. Nemwel Nyachieo.

Dec 31, 2013

Exchange learning for the childre

It was a great moment for children to interact with other children from other countries. On 7th to 12th December 2013 was a memorable moment for the children from Juhudi Children In Crisis (JCIC) as they participated in the streetfootballworld East Africa festival that was held at Kitale Kenya. Through our partner organization TYSA, JCIC received an invitation to participate in this great event. Young people from Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, S. Sudan and Kenya participated. Children shared their different experiences, cultures and discussed more on the issues that affect children in either of the areas and countries that they come from. "Let me say that am very happy meeting many children playing together and sharing about our home. I have made friends from Iringa Tanzania and they are very great! I have never moved out of my village. I never thought that I will one day meet with people from other countries and eat together. Am very thankful for JCIC for supporting children like me" Andrew Nyakundi

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