With the schools making up for the time lost to the Covid pandemics the programs are most concentrated. Term 3 of the year 2021 will end only 4 March 2022. The term 1 of the year 2022 will start on 25 April. In that situation art activities are, in most schools, still not a top […]
As mentioned in the previous post, Watu kwa Watu Charitable Trust has continued, mainly with funding of the ACH, the feeding programs for students in the schools in 3 slums in Nairobi. Food deliveries continue being arranged by the Karuna Charitable Trust, partner of Watu Kwa Watu. Few recent photos will be included in the […]
During the year since February 2021 the activities of our Watu Kwa Watu Charitable Trust were more then in a similarly long period of earlier years, but have had a slightly different focus as a result of the Covid-19 pandemics. First of all, the number of children and young adults, whom we were supporting in […]
Adda (name changed to protect privacy), the sister of Norman, is in the first grade of her High school. She is sponsored by the same donor as her brother.
On 13 and 14 April New School University workshop has conducted with Starkid teachers with focus on maximizing the quality of the level of learning. The workshop was highly participatory. It has started with presentation by the New School team of the results of their analysis of the data Starkid students’ performance, which was collected […]
Watu Kwa Watu was invited in early 2017, via African Children’s Haven Foundation, to partner with the Art Fund of an American painter Dinesh Doshi to start the project DRAW YOUR DREAMS, in a few poor primary schools, both in urban slums and in rural areas in Kenya. The project introduces the elements of visual […]
The very modest classrooms of the Overseers Education Centre have been seriously affected by prolonged and heavy rainy season of early 2018. Three classrooms had to be rebuild, as well as the latrine block. The work followed availability of funds, which Watu Kwa Watu was trying to mobilize. First series of work was done in […]
Evaluation mission of Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has visited Starkid and Cheleta Schools, which Watu Kwa Watu has assisted, jointly with Partners Polska Foundation in 2011 and 2012, using MOFA funding,
As every year, towards the end of the annual funding cycle, at the end of September 2017, the Community Concerns’ Committee of the CIC (Catholic International Community) of Nairobi has visited Starkid School and Rescue Centre. The visit has focused on the lunch feeding program supported by the CIC for the fifth consecutive year.
171111 Nairobi Rotary Club has visited Starkid, especially focusing onComputer Education program funded by the Rotary Club of Galveston, Texas, and the African Children Haven foundation