Education  Kenya Project #16965

Return 50 street children from Kibera to School

by The Turning Point Trust
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Return 50 street children from Kibera to School
Jan 19, 2021

Reopening the Transition Programme

The School Transition Programme reopened its doors on the 4th January to welcome children after a 9-month break.

We are picking up where we left off with 35 children in our school preparation and transition classes.

The government had opted for a phased reopening of schools. So five children successfully moved from the transition programme into the Fountains of Hope School in October last year.

The children are excited to be back with their friends and to have lots of activities to do each day after a long time of being at home with little to do.

We're following the government's guidelines to keep children COVID-safe. All children and staff wear masks and sit 1m apart in class, we've also added more handwashing stations to ensure all kids keep washing hands regularly.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us over the past year to provide food vouchers and home learning resources to children while they were out of school. We are so grateful for your partnership.

While the schools were closed, we were able to rebuild some of our classrooms after one of the walls crumbled. We're delighted with the extra space and bright environment that's been created. 

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The Turning Point Trust

Location: Woking, Surrey - United Kingdom
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Judy Akoth
Yaya Centre, Nairobi Kenya
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