Book Club for Youth in Federal Prison

 
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Empowernment

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of EMPOWERNMENT Jacob was a white man who came to kenya for some job attachment and one day he was very sad by hte way the slum dwellers lived and decided to make a positive change. He started by shifting from his luxurious house in runda to come and live in the slum at first life was hard for him but soon he got acquinted to slum life. He managed to open a printing press station for publishing magazines about issues affecting the slums it proved to be a very fundamental tool in fighting poverty because people issues were aired and problems were solved. I remember one day they published a story about ways of controlling cholera and it really helped because two weeks later there was an outbreak of chorela and i just read the magazine and it really helped. Jacob is a humanitarean who did not see the colour of his skin and judge people but he got into the mud and helped slum dwellers. Read more.
Related to project keywords: printing, tool, way, see, ways

Candidates Show A Drop In Kiswahili Paper 2010

By a female, under 16 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Candidates show a drop in Kiswahili paper 2010 There was a drop in K.C.P.E . Kiswahili paper. Many candidates did poorly in this paper in 2010. Mr Sam Ongeri MP for higher Education sat & discussed the issue with his members of staff. Kiswahili teachers were urged to work tirelessly so as to improve the learning standards. KNEC ALSO CONTRIBUTED MONEY TO BUY KISWAHILI TEXTBOOKS AND PAPERS FOR REVISION.The youth in Lurambi was asked to speak Kiswahili & leave sheng because Kiswahili is an official language of the country. Elders & chiefs were given power and authority to punish those using wrong language be it at school or in the community parents also promised to look out for means of guiding & counselling their children who are scholars. Read more.
Related to project keywords: youth, country, members, &, learning
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Project Leader

Tara Libert

Washington, District of Columbia United States

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