Rose Chege a community organizer from Tatua Kenya , has continued to lead the Matasia community towards creating the change they want to see as regards the education of their children. As the Matasia community, they identified the challenge to be poor academic performance caused by lack of food for the children. Most of these people in Matasia are small scale farmers and upper lower class families earning at least a dollar per day. Years back, a feeding program was introduced by Government with support from WFP in the Arid and semi-arid areas (ASALS) and some schools in the slums of major towns in all Kenyan public primary schools. The Government could not sustain the program due to lack of funds; therefore, the program stopped and it was the responsibility of the parents to feed the children. However, this change has created Continue reading “UPDATE: Matasia unites to improve its Children’s education.”
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On the 18th of September Tatua Kenya hosted a training for COGRI alumni at Nyumbani Children’s Home. Tony Ngala, one of Tatua’s Community Organizers, demonstrated Story of Self. He talked about a time in his life where he chose to be a leader despite uncertainty.
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On the 18th of September Tatua Kenya hosted a training for COGRI alumni at Nyumbani Children’s Home. James Njoroge, one of Tatua Kenya’s Community Organizers, demonstrated Story of Now. He talked about the importance of youth stepping into leadership in Kenya.
James said, “I celebrate the way we had the training at Nyumbani, it was a good training because they participants wanted to learn more.”
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