Kilifi district (coastal region) is experiencing a strong surge in tourist activities and in its agricultural sector.
Thanks to the contributions collected, since 2002 we have carried out more than 80 projects focused on the education and training of people in over 20 countries of sub-Saharan Africa.
The project looks to support two missionary hospitals, Muthale and Mutomo, in the diocese of Kitui
In Kenya over 67% of the unemployed are young people, 90% of whom have no formal training. There is a wide gulf between the skills demanded by the market and the type of training offered by educational centres.
In Kenya 6 million children attend primary schools while only 700,000 students attend Secondary schools. For various reasons the morale of teachers has dropped drastically over the last 20 years.
Promoter: Strathmore Educational Trust Recipients: 80 young people between 18 and 25 and two students Harambee Contribution: 15,000 Euros Description Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa Harambee continues to support the new activities launched by the “Eastlands” project, an initiative set...
The project aims at improving the quality of teaching through training courses for teachers and administration in the elementary and middle schools, reinforcing a sense of responsibility and re-establishing their motivation.
This program is to provide comprehensive training to primary and secondary school teachers and to Heads of School Departments in Kenya’s coastal region.
To insure adequate training to teachers from the elementary school to the secondary, reinforcing the sense of responsibility and giving them the right motivation.
The project’s goal was to contribute to the reduction of poverty by improving the quality of life of as many young people as possible, as being the most vulnerable sector of society.
Life in prison is not pleasant in any part of the world, and in a poor country like Kenya, it can be appalling. Prisoners frequently suffer from apathy, depression and related disorders.