CURRENT PROJECTS - WITH ICARE AUSTRALIA

1. Child Sponsorship programme (C.S.P)

2. Scholastic school support – learning and teaching materials

3. Girl-child support

4. Sport Equipment support – e.g. balls, sports uniform

5. Medical Support – First Aid medicines

6. Development – construction of schools e.g. classrooms, kitchen, toilet, water tanks and administration block,

7. Christmas celebration parties for the children

PROGRAM PERSPECTIVES.

More than 300,000 pupils who sat for this year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Examination (KCPE) are likely to miss Secondary school places next year 2012. These pupils are likely to join non-formal education institutions such as Youth Polytechnics (YPs) already the government has rolled out a new curriculum for the country's Youth Polytechnic with the aim of making them more attractive to young people.

During the year, ICARE and HMDS supported four schools which were: Loberer, Utalii, Kongasis and newly Analat scattered in different districts namely: Baringo, Mogotio, Njoro and Naivasha in Rift Valley province of Kenya. Approximately, 3,053 pupils in primary schools were the beneficiaries of the year 2011.

Basically, the nature of support given by ICARE Australia and HMDS during the year ranged from provision of scholastic materials, First-Aid drugs/ medicines, sports equipment including sports uniform, Christmas parties, school uniforms, bags and special gifts to the sponsored children and construction of classrooms.


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SEO – Samuel E. Opanda; EWK – Edward W. King'oro; FAC – Facilitator; NL – Nick Luvai; JS – Josephine Sindavi; OT- Obed Tsuma

  • 1st 2 weeks: Ordering for reinforcement supplies i.e. tools, machines and textbooks for distribution during 3rd Quarter
  • Pay fees for deserving and selected YP instructors undertaking upgrading course studies in local institutions of training or higher learning.

 

AUGUST 2012

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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HMDS in-house staff training in Fund raising, Project Cycle Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Report writing skills.

 

JS/EWK/FAC

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NDUMU DAM

BOG capacity building: Record keeping and strategic Dev. planning

JS/EWK/OT/FAC

28

KAGOTO YP

BOG capacity building: Record keeping and strategic Dev. planning

JS/EWK/OT/FAC

29

NJORO YP

BOG capacity building: Record keeping and strategic Dev. planning

JS/EWK/OT/FAC

30

KAPTET YP

BOG capacity building: Record keeping and strategic Dev. planning

JS/EWK/OT/FAC

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CHEPTUECH

BOG capacity building: Record keeping and strategic Dev. planning

JS/EWK/OF/FAC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EWK – Edward W. King'oro; FAC – Facilitator; JS – Josephine Sindavi; OT- Obed Tsuma

  • Project YPs on holiday during August until September 2012.

 

 

SEPTEMBER 2012

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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NDUMU DAM

Delivery of tools, machines and textbooks

NL/SEO/EWK

5

KAGOTO YP

Delivery of tools, machines and textbooks

NL/SEO/EWK

6

NJORO YP

Delivery of tools, machines and textbooks

NL/SEO/EWK

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KAPTET YP

Delivery of tools, machines and textbooks

NL/SEO/EWK

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CHEPTUECH

Delivery of tools, machines and textbooks

NL/SEO/EWK

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NDUMU DAM

Girl-child guidance & counseling session

JS/FAC/EWK

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KAGOTO YP

Girl-child guidance & counseling session

JS/FAC/EWK

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NJORO YP

Girl-child guidance & counseling session

JS/FAC/EWK

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KAPTET YP

Girl-child guidance & counseling session

JS/FAC/EWK

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CHEPTUECH

Girl-child guidance & counseling session

JS/FAC/EWK

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NL – Nick Luvai; SEO – Samuel E. Opanda; EWK – Edward W. King'oro; JS – Josephine Sindavi; FAC - Facilitator

  • Comparative data sheet compilation

v All unscheduled dates will be spend in office carrying out project plan and material reviews, data analyses, report and record making, and attending to collaboration concerns with other relevant Agencies.


HIV&AIDS Public campaign and Sports activities do not feature during this quarter but will be undertaken in the 4th quarter.

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