Connecting local responses around the world
Posted on August 25, 2016 at 6:40am 1 Comment 3 Likes
There is nothing difficult when people are united by a dream that is bigger than all of them.One year ago when exploring the concerns in Embu community where I am working most members named Orphans and Vulnerable children as a concern.Children were missing school to go and harvest Mukuka/Miraa(a chewing drug).There were alot of cases of child labor.Through discussions guardians and caregivers agreed to start acting together for their own economic…
Posted on April 24, 2014 at 11:05pm 2 Comments 3 Likes
The Karurumo team one of the five communities I am working in,organized an home visit into one of the homes of an orphan that comes for the KAY club meeting(KIDS AND YOUTH CLUB).KAY clubs is the avenue that we use to connect with youth in the communities,whereby communities have identified a field were kids and youth meet during the week-ends.The grand mother of the child lives in a government grave yard!What keeps you going Mama,One of the members of the group asks?The…Continue
Posted on March 18, 2014 at 1:43am 4 Comments 3 Likes
The KAY club meeting was turning out great. We began by allowing the children some time to play soccer-the kind of soccer that can get attention from a lover of children not a lover of the game itself. The children chased the ball, kicking it in all directions, until at some point one young man took the ball, and said, 'we need to form teams and play against each other. Soon they started grouping themselves and the game began. As I watched the children play,my attention,was drawn to the…Continue
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Thanks for all your postings this week on Ning. I am so happy to read your experiences.
Thank you John for your valuable contribution to the topic home visits. Asante sana.
You have been featured for your active participation in this community. Thank you John!
A very happy birthday John! Best wishes. Look forward to hear more stories from Kithituni.
A very happy birthday!
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