The children in sinyereri rural area are now able to use locally available learning materials. These materials are made from gunny sacks, papers and plastics. These have enabled the children to enjoy learning.
Children especially in the Early Childhood classes have for a long time been left out from mainstream government funding and support. It is the parents who pay for this education. Children from poor family or orphans find it very difficult to access this vital early childhood education.
We have witnessed increased school attendance by the children from the community. ' My child likes attending school nowdays' Guardian. The facilities in the classroom help the child enjoy learning. 13 children are now able to access early childhood education, which was not possible before.
Juhudi continuously meet with community members and schools to find better ways of helping children. In 2011, we hope to reach out more children especially in school and community. We believe, you will continue to offer your support to this initiative. ' We are happy with Juhudi for its support and we look forward to their continued support' Guardian
' We thank you all for your support this year.We are glad you supported us. Remember us during Christmas and new year' Mercy
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