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.
Jun 18, 2014

Back to school

After being at home for one year, Kerubo who has been facing school fees challenge has managed to secure a position in form four. She showed a spirit of hope and trust as she went back to school. Kerubo has been dreaming to become a doctor who will serve the community she was happy sharing how she will be working hard to achieve her goals and dreams. A very determined young girl focused to serve. “You look determined and much disciplined girl. We trust and hope that you will make it to the highest level as Juhudi has made you proud. We thank them for the good work that they are doing to support teenage girls who are at the risk of dropping out of school” Said the principal of her school. Kerubo’s school fees has been paid by Juhudi and we trust this was a great turn point for this young girl.

Jun 18, 2014

Children get happy

On 16th of June every year is the day of an African child. This year Juhudi brought together more than 400 children from 5 schools. The month of June is one of the hardest months in this area as many families cannot cater for the food of their children. Most families take their children to work in the farms exposing them to child labor. Juhudi used this special day and brought the children to have fun play and share meals together on 14th of June. Many people came out to support this great work of Juhudi which sees many children smiling and being happy with meals. “Am very happy that Juhudi comes for our rescue all the time when we are in hard situations. We appreciate all those behind this great work for us”Said Nyakindi 13 years old boy.

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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