The Nobelity Project's Kenya Schools Fund

 
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Note: These stories talk about the same issues that this project addresses, but are not necessarily about this specific project.

Sanitation Infrastructure In School

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Kabras-malava, Kenya
Map of SANITATION INFRASTRUCTURE IN SCHOOL Musungu primary school in malawa constiuancy had on 8 classes and among them 4 of them were mud classes. The school also lacked adequate sanitation blocks for pupils; fore there were only 9 1 a times serving 450 pupils, both boys and girls in the school. In the year 2008 save the children finland together with kamadep under the programme of save water and sanitation for children in primary schools in western province, after assessig the the health need in the school, worked together with the school management and the pupil in ensuring that the problem is solved. The project built one classroom and four additional latrines at the school besides training the teachers and the pupils on the children rights under the universal nation children rights conversations. Read more.
Related to project keywords: classroom, infrastructure, mud, universal, adequate

Primary Education

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of PRIMARY EDUCATION NAGEYA is a small youth organisation that is based in Mathare.Despite of more as a big challenge to sun the children s home that they are running, they are lying to put much effort with the help of some organisations around the area. Last week when we visited the children in the home education was a big challenge. The kids had to shape the books and most textbooks were lacking to be used to teach the kids. Members of the community Transformers were really concerned and decided to make some contributions to purchase the books. Read more.
Related to project keywords: textbooks, purchase, sun, kids, primary education

Respect

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of RESPECT RESPECT IS A GOOD manner in people leaving in Kibera and other areas where poverty encounter people but here in Kenya, some people under rate us because we live in slum areas and where a lot of mud and dust are but w still believe in ourselves that we are all human beings and we take the same meal which comes from the same soil, let no one under rate anyone around the world because judgment is the same to sinners or not. Read more.
Related to project keywords: mud, dust, kenya, world, believe

Giving Back To The Community

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY There was a young man named ken. He went to Olympic primary school. After some time people did the Kenya education. He pass the examination and went to Kasarani boy secondary school There he did the Kenya certificate secondary education [ KCSE] Thank to God he passed and went to university of Nairobi: There he got scholarship then went to USA . There he work for seven years and went he come back he sponsors many school and then start an organisation know as Kibera foundation for orphan brought computer to many schools and event library school but last longer. Read more.
Related to project keywords: library, schools, primary school, secondary education, computer

Educating The Community On Dirt

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi/starehe, Kenya
Map of EDUCATING THE COMMUNITY ON DIRT Most of us walk down town and after you bought yourself some sweets you throw the wrapper anyhowly even after the government has gone further to put pi bins all over town you can still find dirt thrown all over. This has extended to our homes and you find the whole village so full of dirt This dirt then leads to diseases like typhoid. Its for this reason then the kenya medical schools and dettol are walking in different schools to teach children on how to keep the environment clean in relation to having good health and this has been greatly implimented by the kids firstly maintain a clean environment in their schools,. Read more.
Related to project keywords: kenya, schools, kids, put, full

School Construction

By a male, under 16 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of School Construction The growth of the Ingwe Primary school was because of the constituency's Development Fund, that so the school build new classrooms and a modern library. The school now is producing some of the best pupils in the constituency, and who end up to good National & provincial schools. Read more.
Related to project keywords: schools, primary school, modern, classrooms, library

Ending Illiteracy

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Bondo, Kenya
Map of Ending illiteracy lliteracy is a major blow and a great 'road block' to prosperity and the general development of any country.Without education, they cannot be proper life ang good living standard among people. In Bondo district there are many adults who did not go through education at all. This has caused a lot of anxiety among the local leaders and prompted them to initiate and manage adult education centers within all divisions of Bondo district.Particularly in Barkanyongo. The government had aslo initited a free primary education programme and some saw themselves back to school but due to possible challenges there were several complains that prompted the gov't for establish and mange adult education centers to help end illiteracy among the citizens. This is a success. Read more.
Related to project keywords: primary education, major, school due, success, general

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Turk Pipkin

Austin, TX United States

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Map of The Nobelity Project's Kenya Schools Fund