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Malala inspires Kesho partners

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Kesho had a meeting with the key stakeholders so as to screen the Malala documentary and thereafter have a discussion; with the purpose of identifying key issues affecting Girl Child Education in Kilifi County. “Their participation and contribution was satisfying and remarkable,” said one of the volunteers who had taken the participants through the discussion session.

 

The stakeholders present in the meeting represented different organisations and departments that have a direct impact towards the education sector in Kilifi County. The Chief Educational officer was represented as well as ; Moving the goalpost, MEDA, The Supreme council, SCOPE Kilifi, Girl Child Foundation, Upendo Orphans support project and MEWA.

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One of the stakeholders said that time had come for Kilifi residents to stop lamenting about their challenges and step out to bring change in our society. Let us create awareness about the importance of education, let us do it over and over again until it becomes something familiar to everyone. This will make everyone value education just as they value their own lives.”

To highlight key responses;

We have been making decisions for the girl child and sometimes we fail to involve them and give them a chance to express themselves. It is important if we give them the opportunity to speak up and give their opinions towards education.”

In as much as we try to solve the problems we face in the education sector there are certain perceptions and practices that pull us back. Those in authority should focus on being responsible and work hand in hand to support our children in the education sector. The society should also do away with misleading practices and perception in order to achieve our goals as a society.”

From the meeting, KESHO also managed to get ideas of initiatives and other strategies that could be employed to create awareness on the Girl Child Education. “Apart from the MALALA documentary that is only screened in schools and villages that have electricity we can come up with a play that has a similar theme and perform in the rural parts of our County.” “We could also have a slogan that will be used to create awareness among the youth as well as students this will help them to have in mind the value of education.” Another suggestion was to use the experiences of successful youth as a way of inspiring others.

Kesho Meets President Barak Obama

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Kesho Co-Founder, Zena Salim was invited for a Civil Society Conversation with President Barak Obama last week during his visit to Kenya.

Zena, wearing a flamboyant african dress and headscarf in earthy colours of ochre and green, said her heart missed a couple of beats when Barak Obama walked into the room.  Her legs went weak and she felt she would faint with the enormity of the moment.  Well it’s not surprising really is it?

The President, quickly put everyone at their ease, taking off his jacket and giving his genuine and heartfelt praise to the group of civic society representatives on the huge and important contribution they make towards bringing positive change to their communities and country.  They talked for two hours on a wide range of topics and Obama listened and commented and encouraged and motivated them all to continue their good work.

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Zena (far right), doing her Civic Society work; motivating Kesho Mums in Kilifi.

Kesho Co-Founder, Zena Salim was invited for a Civil Society Conversation with President Barak Obama last week during his visit to Kenya.

Zena, wearing a flamboyant african dress and headscarf in earthy colours of ochre and green, said her heart missed a couple of beats when Barak Obama walked into the room.  Her legs went weak and she felt she would faint with the enormity of the moment.  Well it’s not surprising really is it?

The President, quickly put everyone at their ease, taking off his jacket and giving his genuine and heartfelt praise to the group of civic society representatives on the huge and important contribution they make towards bringing positive change to their communities and country.  They talked for two hours on a wide range of topics and Obama listened and commented and encouraged and motivated them all to continue their good work.

Meet teacher Mitsanze from Basi primary school

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Kesho recruits vulnerable children who would drop out or never enroll in school without financial support. These children usually have literacy gaps that hinder them from thriving to full academic potential. For this reason Kesho runs a reading programme whose objectives is fast track reading abilities of our children to be at per with the expected levels. We also endeavor to cultivate and nature passion for reading among school children that we interact with during various activities that we hold in schools and at our resource center. We also do teacher capacity building in terms of refresher courses on modern methodologies of teaching literacy and parents literacy classes which aim to empower parents with basic literacy skills that they require to monitor their children’s academic progress.

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Pupil reading a book during “One on one reading session”

Twice a week we visit different Primary Schools in Kilifi. Children who have reading difficulties (reading below their expected reading age) come for ‘one-on-one’ reading session. Other than that we facilitate book clubs and story telling session. Supported by Kesho volunteers to implement that programme we also need the support from the respective schools.

Meet Amos Mitsanze from Basi Primary School who is very committed to our Literacy Programme. Mr. Mitsanze has been teaching social studies at Basi since April last year.

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Mr. Mitsanze during “One on One’ reading session

What motivates you being a teacher?

I like interacting with children; being a teacher gives me the opportunity to support children and even their families. When I had to choose my career path as a young person I also considered that as a teacher I would have a good chance to get employment.

What connection do you have with Kesho?

I got to know Kesho when I started working at Basi Primary School. I was assigned to supervise the pupils during the one-on-one reading session and book clubs that are part of Kesho’s literacy program.

What do you think about the Kesho reading program? How does it impact on the children?

I like the concept of the reading program and they way it engages children. I have seen improvement amongst the pupils; more of them speak better English. Through the program they also get access storybooks, which often are not available at home.

How do you support the reading program in your position as a teacher?

Being a teacher I am the person who interacts the most with the pupils and therefore I know very well the level of the children’s reading ability. I ensure that the children who are in the program attend the session on a regular basis and are on time.

Thank you Mr. Mitsanze for your support and commitment to the lite program.

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One on One reading session

 

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Have you heard about Mkilifi Soap? Or maybe you are more familiar with the term Neem Soap?

It is a very popular tree in Kilifi, it has a lifespan of about 300 years. What makes neem soap interesting are the different benefits that come with it. It has antibacterial, antifungal, soothing and moisturizing effects and is therefore not ‘only’ an ordinary soap but also medicated.

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Pounding the neem leaves fr production

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Kesho organised a Neem Soap making training after cluster group members expressed their interest in solid soap production. 14 participants were taken through the different stages of the soap production. Main ingredients are; Neem leaves, coconut oil, caustic soda and CMC (Carboxymethylcellulose) which are locally available materials and easily accessible to everybody.

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Further processing step

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mixing all ingredients

The production process is not very time consuming and can easily be done at home. However the soap has to dry for 21 days before it can be used.

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pouring the still liquid soap on the drying board

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Cutting the soap into pieces

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Screening Malala’s story to promote girlchild education

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Kesho Alumni, in collaboration with other young boys and girls have been engaging schools and communities on discussions about education through a project dubbed “HE NAMED ME MALALA” which Kesho is implementing in collaboration with Valium Online Mastercard within Kilifi County. The project entails screening of  “HE NAMED ME MALALA” to the children and the community to create dialogue around education and the benefits it has on the social and economic facet of any society.

 

We have interacted with 1527 people, in a region where transition rates are low, the documentary has inspired both boys and girls to yearn to complete school and attain their highest potential as education is the one gift that remains with an individual.

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Additionally parents have committed to be involved in their children’s education, they have seen that by far parents are the most important influencers in a child every development stage.

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Being part of this important project is very rewarding;

“I have learnt that we should all be brave and courageous enough to stand and fight for our rights even when we do not get support from others. Just as seen in the documentary even when the whole country seemed to be against Malala she still spoke out and fought.” (Wendy, volunteer)

“I have learnt that women empowerment entails increasing the economic, social and political strength of women as seen from the documentary and what actually Malala went through.” (Essa, volunteer)

This project would not be a success without the help of the following volunteers:

 Essa Rajab, George Elphus, Racheal Mbaruk, Purity Kiponda, Irene Mlanga, Sahihi Chengo, Francis Kitsao, Wendy Kahaso, Christine Mahenzo, Grace Katana, Dorcas Sada

Here are two statements from a parent and a student:

“Our girls and boys should be taught on their rights so that they can report to any authorities in case they are deprived of their rights.” (Parent)

“Both girls and boys should be given equal treatment towards education”. (Student)

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Being part of this important project is very rewarding;

“I have learnt that we should all be brave and courageous enough to stand and fight for our rights even when we do not get support from others. Just as seen in the documentary even when the whole country seemed to be against Malala she still spoke out and fought.” (Wendy, volunteer)

“I have learnt that women empowerment entails increasing the economic, social and political strength of women as seen from the documentary and what actually Malala went through.” (Essa, volunteer)

This project would not be a success without the help of the following volunteers:

 Essa Rajab, George Elphus, Racheal Mbaruk, Purity Kiponda, Irene Mlanga, Sahihi Chengo, Francis Kitsao, Wendy Kahaso, Christine Mahenzo, Grace Katana, Dorcas Sada

 

Follow your passion

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Catching up With Christine. Her journey, experience and words of wisdom to her peers. 

 

Christine, tell us about your relationship with Kesho?

I have known Kesho now for eight years. After successfully finishing Primary School I did not have the means to join Secondary School. The head teacher of my Primary School referred me to Kesho Organization. I was given a sponsorship and joined Limuru Girl High School.

What did you do after finishing with Secondary School?

Through Kesho I got to know about scholarship opportunities at CfC Stanbic Bank. I applied and was given a scholarship that was awarded to only two students at that time at United States International University-Africa in Nairobi. I studied Business Administration and am awaiting my graduation expecting a GPA of 3.5 out of 4.

Congratulations Christine! What are your plans for the future?

I have responsibilities to my family and the community. I am looking for a job and would like to work for a number of years before going back to school. In the past I depended on others and it is now time for me to give back. I have eight younger siblings and they have to go to school, they need food and I want to assist in that.

What is your best memory with Kesho?

The day I was awarded the CfC Stanbic Bank scholarship I just went straight to the Kesho office. I had to tell the Kesho staff that I succeeded and had to share my joy and happiness. It was Kesho who informed me about that scholarship opportunity. They assisted me with the application process and we did mock interviews so that I was prepared for the application interview. I will never forget that moment and how I felt about it.

What kind of advise would you give young people who want to follow your footsteps?

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Follow your passion! It is easier to achieve your goal if you do something you are passionate about. Education is the best thing you can do. It opens your mind and makes you realize your potential. When you are in Secondary School and University, maybe even far from home, you might see strange things. Stay true to yourself. Don’t copy your peers and live within your means.

Christine, we wish you all the best for your future.

 

 

Never give up and be optimistic

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In December 2013 we wrote in our Blog about Mbigo (Buy 1000 Diazepam 10Mg). He was the first student to support another Kesho student in need. Two years have passed since; time to see how Mbigo is doing.

 

Mbigo, what are you currently doing?

I am now in my final year (Pursuing a degree in Informatics at Moi University Eldoret) and normally use the holidays to practice what I have been learning. I assist my peers if they have computer problems and I engage a lot in programming. Together with three classmates we have formed a group that looks out for small contracts to work on a freelance basis. We are successful since we have gotten some contracts.

 

How do you keep in touch with Kesho and how do you still support Kesho?

When I am at University I keep in touch via social media; mostly through the Alumni network. I also ‘give back’ by volunteering; just recently I helped Kesho assessing donated Laptops and I did some data entry for analyzing purpose. I also still support a Kesho student whenever I have the means. Recently I met the student for the first time and it was a very rewarding experience. He performs very well what gives me even more motivation to support him.

I have also been supportive in training secondary school boys and girls in basic computer skills. This is a 8-day event that seeks to empower the students with computer skills during the April school Holiday.

 

Mbigo assisting students during computer training

 

 

Your journey with Kesho started a while back. How has your relationship with Kesho changed over the year?

I still view Kesho as the organization, which does fantastic work. It is just great what Kesho does and I am grateful for the support I receive.

 

What do you wish for Kesho?

As I said, Kesho does fantastic work. I would wish that Kesho could expand its geographical reach because I believe that Kesho has a unique approach. Their support is holistic and does not only focus on educational but also on social needs.

 

What kind of message would you like to share with children and youth in Kilifi County?

There are lots of opportunities out there and its important to utilize those opportunities. You have to go out of your way; the ones who want to help will not look for you. Never give up and be optimistic.

 

What are your plans for the future?

After completing my studies I would like to still further my education. I am considering courses on ‘ethical hacking’ and ‘security’, which I believe focuses on important aspects in the informatics world. I mentioned that I and three of my classmates have formed a group; we called it iteqSoft. It is our plan to become a professional IT consulting firm.

 

Mbigo, thank you for this interview and your continuous ‘give back’ to Kesho. We wish you all the best!

Entrepreneurship training for Gap Year Students

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Kesho Organization has been offering youths with enrichment programs once they are in their gap year to enable them acquire necessary skills and knowledge to pursue their goals.  The objective of the training is to enhance the participants understanding of entrepreneurship and an entrepreneur; assess the qualities of an entrepreneur, understand the concept of perseverance, manage time, build self-confidence, develop SMART goals and objectives. The training had 15 youths in attendance who were taken through a 5 day event by Safe Community Youth Initiative an affiliate of DSW (Buy Valium).

“The training has provided me with the necessary information on how to start a business. Other than that is has offered me a chance to mingle with my fellow peers; I enjoyed their company.” SIMON

 

“I liked the field studies; we visited different shops and got first hand information from experienced local business people. That kind of exposure was very encouraging for me.”NEEMA

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“This training has opened up my mind. I feel like you cant ‘avoid’ business and I learned that there are actually opportunities to access funds for starting a business. At the moment my priority is to go to University. However with the knowledge I have gained this week I am thinking on how to improve on the business we have at home. ”LUCKY

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Francis Nyamawi, Graduate Assistant

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Meet Francis Nyamawi,  Graduate Assistant at Kesho Kenya.

 

Francis, tell us something about yourself.

My name is Francis Nyamawi, I am 23 years old and I live with my family in Kilifi. I am the sixth born in a family of eight children. I am a big fan of books especially historical storybooks and I love music a lot.

You are currently working as the graduate assistant at Kesho. Your relationship with Kesho started much earlier, tell us something about it.

I got to know about Kesho when I was in class eight through a schoolmate. After I received my KCPE results, I took the initiative and applied for a sponsorship at Kesho. I was so happy when I heard that I qualified and in 2012 I joined Agoro Sare High school in Homa Bay County. That was exciting as well as challenging for me. For the first time in my life I was away from my family and it could take me 12 hours to reach school. After four years of hard work and dedication, I was happy and proud to get mean grade of A- (minus) in the KCSE result 2015. This could not have happened if it were not for the enormous support from Kesho organization. Kesho also gave me the opportunity to participate in various trainings such as IT, Leadership, Reproductive Health and Frist aid. And sometimes it is just about having fun. We participated in the triathlon where Kesho students with various talents turn up and run, swim and cycle. I want to take this opportunity to say “thank you” to Kesho and all who have contributed towards my success.

Why did you apply for the position of the graduate assistant?

I applied for this job not just to get allowances but also to give back to the community. It is great to be part of the Kesho family. This job will help me be a responsible person in future. Through the various interactions I have in the office with different people I learn a lot. I sincerely believe that by doing this job, I will be able to inspire other Kesho students that they can do better than I did it. I believe that the future of a person belongs in his/her hands.

What are your duties as the graduate assistant?

I have a wide range of tasks. I offer guidance to both students and parents who come to the Resource Centre at the Kesho office. I am in a position to give information to parents who look for sponsorship support to their children. I type, scan and file documents what helps me improving my computer skills. Sometimes I run errands outside the office by depositing cheques or collecting letters at the post office. I also take care of the library and issue books to the students. Working at Kesho is never boring since we have many visitors coming to our office. I get to meet a lot of people.

What are your plans for the future?

I am planning to pursue law at the University in September 2016. My dream is to become an excellent lawyer in the future.

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Why do you want to become a lawyer?

During my upbringing a saw a lot of injustice or let me say inequality. Because of those experiences I developed a strong sense for equality. By being a lawyer I would like to contribute to a society where nobody experience injustice.