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  In order to get improved performances in any area there requires motivation and recognition and addressing of challenges hindering the intended goal.  Most of our sponsored children come from families and homes that sometimes it becomes hard for them to get light for studying and doing important tasks in the evening.  We

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 We wish to recognize the success of one Sarah Wangui who has been in our sponsorship since 2005 and gone through all our child centered programs.  This has been characterized by right sort of support, encouragement and motivation during her years with us.  She attended primary

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 After training our guardians whose interests are more in farming and issuing them with planting bag.  They have fully embraced the idea and our visits have established that they have each made the bags as trained and already planted vegetables.  This was a welcome idea to the guardians and will go a long way in

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Children when brought up in an environment that enhances correct self realization; they prosper and enjoy their childhood growth fully.  Watoto wenye nguvu creates that environment by caring, guiding, motivating and empowering through various programs.  Daniel Mbithi, who is in class seven in Matathia primary

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Education being a major key in today’s world we have been on the forefront of assisting many of our children make it by supporting them through their tenure in the sponsorship program. This recently bore good results as Martin Mwihokeku successfully completed his diploma in Business management at Kenya institute of

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Children of the new ten family homes at Kusitawi village are enjoying every bit of their stay.  This has made them cope well in this new set up. They are receiving more individual care and attention from their respective housemothers. 

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In our continued service of supporting the orphans and vulnerable children we are looking for new sponsors for 30 children of school going, between the ages of 5-13 years who are in dire need of being sponsored.  These children are vulnerable, often not in school due to lack of school uniform & shoes, they

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We recently embarked on construction of two of the ten family houses and one guest house at Kusitawi village.  This will have positive impact on the children who will be staying eight in each family house under the care of a housemother. This will create

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We are crowd funding for the school feeding program in 1% club cheetah funding. We are fundraising € 4,500 and the 1% club will donate € 15,000 towards the program if we reach the target in one month’s time.We have until Friday 14th November 2014 to have fundraised € 4,500.

 

 

Watoto wenye Nguvu IOC recently held a forum involving all the children taking courses and those who have successfully completed in various colleges.  The introduction was very unique as everyone was identifying him/herself with the profession he/she is taking or successfully completed.  Most of the team comprised of the first children to be sponsored who have grown in WWN IOC vast empowerment journey.

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On Saturday we had the pleasure to invite the beneficiaries of the micro-loan program for a training in Kusitawi Village. They were trained on various topics which they had requested basing on the Monitoring and Evaluation report done December 2013.

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We had a good day with our children in our April fun day where they arrived early and we had fun together. The hardworking children in different categories i.e education & sports were rewarded. We were able to acquire new school uniform, shoes, home clothes, mosquito net, soap and sanitary towels for our girls. We also ensured that each child took home a pair of under-garments. We thank all our sponsors, staff and children for making that day special and successful.

 

Mbagathi, Kilimambogo, Ndula, Ndonyo, Ngoliba and Matathia primary schools are thankful to all our donors for supporting them with school lunch for the 14 weeks the children will be at school as this will enhance pupils retention, better health and improved performance.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
In our continuing quest of improving the S.F.P, Watoto WENYE NGUVU IOC with support from our sponsors are installing energy saving jikos(stoves) at Ndula, Matathia and Mbagathi primary schools which have immense advantages e.g easy to use & clean, less firewood consumption and time saving compared to open fireplace cooking that had been in use. We thank the sponsors and schools for the cooperation in making this a success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our dedicated farm staff ensure that we have constant supply of vegetables for our boys and girls in the SAFE HOUSES & in SCHOOLS which we support with school feeding program. This has been of great nutrition value to our children.


 

 

 

 

 

 

We recently visited three of our sponsored children in the next program who are acquiring courses in Masonry, plumbing, electrical and mechanical engineering at Don Bosco training center Makuyu where they are doing well. We thank all our sponsors for making their education dreams come to a reality.

Maize being an important cereal in most families for its source of starch, at Watoto Wenye Nguvu I.O.C its harvesting time and this will be of great benefit to our children diet as some of the produce will be distributed to some of schools benefiting from the school feeding programs, Kusitawi village and the maize stalk will be for our dairy cattle.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Our young children from Kusitawi village were happy to spend a day where they dedicated their energy in having great fun as a family at Fun gardens in Thika. 

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