Education  Kenya Project #44599

Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School

by Sheepcare Community Centre
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Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School
Help 100 Girls Complete Primary School

Project Report | May 12, 2022
Jumpstart one help a hundred more!

By Luke Jakoywa | Project Director

Help this girl help 100 others
Help this girl help 100 others

During our last reporting period, out of four girls who were pregnant, only one finally did her grade 12 national examination which took place in the month of April 2022. The three dropped out of school completely hence did not complete. In addition we had the following who managed to complete both their primary and Secondary education which has been our goal for this project.

  1. The girls who completed grade 8 were eight (8) for  the class of 2021, Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). They are all expected to join Secondary schools. However some will not join because of high secondary school fees requirement.
  2. In Secondary School grade 12 National exams, thirteen (13) did their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and are expected to join technical colleges or universities. Not all of them will join due to university entry requirement, lack of fee or both but will require a livelihood or something to make a living after their exit.

Now because we want to give a livelihood to these girls, we intend to empower one of our girls who have great skills in crotcheting to train even more girls in crotcheting so that they can use that to make a living.

Marigold (see the past report and herself in her own made cloth) collected few girls and begun to teach them crotcheting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their interest was overwhelming and many girls showed interest. As part of creating a livelihood for themselves, we intend to help them start a crotcheting and design training school. Urgently they need a budget of $500 to buy a crotcheting kneeting machine to help them automate some process and put them in a position they can make many designs for the market. This will enable them generate some income and create a livelihood by selling these items to the customers. The market is already available and someone just need to help them jumpstart and it will be a ripple effect giving hope to more than a hundred (100) girls.

PLEASE lets help this girl to help 100 other girls to have a bright future and create a living for themselves!!!

Past Crotcheting class
Past Crotcheting class
Crotcheted Skirt
Crotcheted Skirt
Crotcheted Hut
Crotcheted Hut
All smile as she displays the hut and sweater
All smile as she displays the hut and sweater
Babies are not left out
Babies are not left out
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Jan 12, 2022
LET GIRLS STUDY

By Luke Jakoywa | Project Director

Sep 10, 2021
NORMALCY DESPITE COVID-19 NEW NORMALS

By Luke Jakoywa | Project Leader

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Sheepcare Community Centre

Location: NAIROBI - Kenya
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Project Leader:
Luke Jakoywa
NAIROBI , Kenya
$69,530 raised of $100,000 goal
 
1,551 donations
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