Aug 22, 2019

Post Project Progress

Looking back, the project has achieved tremendous milestones with a 95% success rate on the members mobilized. On 4th April 2019 we coordinated a graduation ceremony and the purpose was to mark the end of the project so as to begin the next phase of concretizing and actualizing the business concepts trained in real terms, through financial support and advanced skill support mechanisms not limited to practical on ground interactions.

Out of the 110 members trained, 105 members graduated and received certificates indicating successful completion of the training. Although the project was to mobilize 250 youth due to insufficient funds the project has actualized 110 youth.

The youth were trained on various skill and practices Including Poultry farming, Urban farming i.e. use of pyramid gardens, beadwork, mat making, soccer ball making, soap making(as shown on phot attached) all income generating activities. More to this drug and alcohol sensitization was also done

70 members have adopted to the urban farming skills using the pyramid gardens, and 12 holding a group activity of rearing chickens that stand to a total of 84 chicken so far and also a table banking activity with a revolving fund of approximately Ksh 30,000.

The main challenge experienced was lack of market for produce and so the advanced skill support would include value chain activities that include the solar drying of the vegetables and an incubator to hatch and sell the chicks.

HiH EA will still support the entrepreneurs post project through linkage on business development support services and follow up routinely the progress of the entrepreneurs.

We are grateful for the support accorded to us during implementing this noble course.We welcome further support to reach out to more youth 

Mar 5, 2019

End of February 2019 Report.

End of February 2019 GlobalGiving Project Report.

It has been a training recap and follow-up period with the members in the program. The objective during the period was specification in enterprises created and enhanced. The beneficiaries have been doing business scale up and finding ways to expand them. Despite the various challenges encountered, we are happy to report that the enterprises have progressed very well.

The beneficiaries from all the training centers were happy to report of having gained marketing skills which had elevated their daily, weekly and monthly incomes and this was very encouraging especially to the HiH EA Officers who trained them with a lot of zeal.

The project closes by the end of March 2019 and as part of our exit strategy, we have planned the following;

  • Drug and Alcohol sensitization activity which was ongoing.
  • Savings mobilization and actualizing the revolving fund amongst the members in every center; this will serve as a stand-by kitty where members will access micro loans.
  • Documentation of business profiles that had been created and enhanced since inception.

Additionally, we are pleased to report that;

ü  Kaeni Sober Centre has a group project namely Poultry Rearing Project.

ü  Mashujaa Group has a group project - Soccer-balls Making Project.

 Graduation of the beneficiaries:

The graduation ceremony will be held on 4th April 2019. During the event, we shall have the beneficiaries exhibit their enterprises and as well recognize their efforts by issuing entrepreneurial certificates.

 You, our valuable donors, have walked with us in this journey, though your donations, motivation and encouragement; others have visited the groups/beneficiaries and encouraged them.  Indeed your presence motivated them towards changing their outlook of life hence helping them re-discover and love themselves! We sincerely appreciate any role or part that you played since the project started.

 You are most welcome on 4th April 2019 in the culmination of the project. Just to state that, we are not done yet. If we get more funds, we shall initiate other special projects like this one of rehabilitating the vulnerable youth affected by drug abuse!

Dec 6, 2018


  End of November 2018 Global Giving Project Report:

The project is running on well. We are glad to report that the uptake has continued to be positive and forthcoming and currently the membership stands at 110. Continuous life skills and entrepreneurial training has been ongoing in all the different youth centers that we work with.

For the last two months, the youths have registered interest in entrepreneurship skills and different clusters have been trained on baking skills, bead work and liquid and bar soap making.

Each cluster is currently in the process of value addition training, i.e. growing expertise in the skills, identification of local markets and branding of the products.

This cluster approach has brought about sub-groups (cluster) activities where each sub-group undertake a common and self-boosting activity for income generation.

Each sub-group has an elected chairperson and a treasurer for sub-group management whose responsibilities include record keeping, financial management and stock control.

      Way forward;

  • The sub-groups are to buy and sell their own products during their agreed time.
  • The sub-groups are to submit an agreed amount of savings to the main group. The main groups’ leadership shall manage the savings with an aim to lend back to the sub-groups at an agreed interest in a span of one month.
  • We have engaged partners- Elewa Ulevi, who through their expertise will help to sensitize and create awareness in alcohol-drug abuse addiction.

After sensitization, (stage 2) willing beneficiaries shall engage in alcohol and drug tests (toxicology) with an aim to recommend the youth’s health status in running businesses in a larger market.

Kindly Note; this is an expensive exercise and a provision of more funds will cater for the implementation.

We are happy for your support in this and we are certain of a continued positive impact as we progress.

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