After four years of studies at the USIU (United States International University) in Nairobi, James finished his studies, as Bachelor in International Development, in 2015. His official Graduation Ceremony was in August 2016. The four years of his studies, and one year of the apprenticeship, were funded by a group of Watu Kwa Watu friends […]
Monica, introduced to Watu Kwa Watu by the local Chief in Mbita, suddenly lost both parents a year ago. This forced her to interrupt her high school education. Now, from January 2017, she is back in the high school thanks to the support from ACH. After the high school she wants to study to become […]
After four years of studies, Nelson, received his Diploma in Construction Engineering at Eldoret Polytechnic. His High school education at Mbita High was funded by Birthe from Denmark. His Diploma studies were paid mainly by Watu Kwa Watu Trustees together with Watu friends in Germany, Spain and Switzerland. Isabel and Ines were the main supporters. […]
Olivia at the gate of her new school After having graduated in 2016 from the primary, Olivia is now in a high school. She is one of the three half-orphans of the Onyango family (name changed). Her main sponsor is Kathryn from Boston, USA. She also receives additional support from a group of friends of […]
This feeding program, started in early 2016, with ACH funding and Karuna Trust logistical support, consists of uji (porridge) breakfast every morning for about 160 children. Since January 2017, the lunch, twice a week, has been added. Also the number of children grew to 180. The plates and spoons for lunches have been funded by […]
People Make Maendeleo, an NGO from Germany, of Gina and Brian, a new supply-side partner of Watu Kwa Watu, visited Starkid School and Rescue Centre and has provided sets of reusable sanitary napkins to the girls, together with the use-training for the female teachers, so that they can train the girls. It is likely, that […]
ACH (African Children Haven) has provided the funding
Karuna Trust of the Kenyan Indian community, directed by Mrs,Usha Shah, has started from September 2016 to provide food for breakfasts for approximately 80 children. ACH started, from January 2017, to fund lunches twice a week. Karuna Trust is arranging the delivery of the food for those lunches.
Sebastian, name changed to privacy, has been admitted to Starkid several years ago with serious learning and behavioral disabilities caused by early childhood mistreatment in a dysfunctional family. For all practical purposes he is a complete orphan. Starkid is very helpful to him. Frauke and her family in Germany continues supporting him.
Several children of Starkid School and Rescue are sponsored by private families, mainly through the CIC. For example, Mariska continues funding, from Belgium, the post-secondary training of Shaga and Susan. In the high school, Malone (from USA) continues funding Jacqueline, and her brother, Michael, started to fund Dennis. In 2016 he was funding Brunton. Amar […]