Project #1717

Education and Livelihood for 250 youth in Kaplamai

by Trans-nzoia Youth Sports Association (TYSA)
Ann, 8 years old, does not know where parents are after the war
Ann, 8 years old, does not know where parents are after the war

Over 100 children who are beneficiaries to our project have been displaced by the ethnic violnce that affected Kenya after the elections. They are spending nights in the cold, no food, clothing and are traumatised after some of their parents were killed, while some of the children are injured and need medical attention. Majority of them will not be able to go to school next week.

40 disabled children got free medical check ups on the27th August 2007. One child got a wheel chair donated to her.

The Wiyeta Girls soccer team have successfully defended their soccer title for East and Central Africa Championship.

" We are very happy to win the title again.Thanks to our sponsors" Team Captain

Wiyeta Secondary School Soccer girls Retain Rift Valley Provincial title for the third year running. 20 soccer girls who are benefitting from the scholarship program helped the school to this great achievemment. The school is now preparaing for the National Secondary School soccer games in August 2007

Great Achievement so far made in the last Two months:

Soccer Training Course 60 youth’s girls and boys acquire vitals skills in soccer coaching, drug abuse, and sports management.They are now conducting community sports tournaments

Fun day for children 150 children participated in sports festivals. They had all fun out there. 'Am so happy to be out here to day.I would be drinking local brew today if this event was not here' Joshua Kiptoo a 12 year old boy

Sports and Culture 60 Sengwer cultrural community dancing troupe performed during the festival held during the day of the african Child

Scholarships Scholarship saves 15 children from droping out of school

Teachers Volunteer 5 teachers volunteers time to offer tuition to children from poor families


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Organization Information

Trans-nzoia Youth Sports Association (TYSA)

Location: Kitale, Trans nzoia County - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Gichuki Francis
Executive Officer
Kitale, Rift Valley Kenya

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Thanks to 56 donors like you, a total of $2,245 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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