Child Sponsorship Programme

This is a programme that supports students who had successfully completed their primary education and their sponsors are willing to continue supporting them.

CSP is on-going in 8 primary schools with a total of 204 needy children. We plead for more sponsors for this programme because of high poverty in marginal, remote rural and slum communities that still lock out many children from accessing school in the said areas.

Youth Sponsorship Programme

Periamma continues to support vulnerable children to access education and compete effectively with other pupils in the learning institutions.

Vocational Training Programme

Reinforcement of youth polytechnics, Girl clubs in youth polytechnics (Y.P's), Income generating activities for Y.P's, Income generating activities for the youth.

Urgent Projects

This is where we take a project that needs help immediately our current Urgent project is the renovation of the current dilapidated classes used by pupils at embogong primary. Funds are needed for permanent Structures.

Vijana Na Ujuzi’ (VNU) – Youth with skill - project. The VNU involve 6 YPs namely Ndumu dam, Kagoto, Njoro, Saptet and Cheptuech, all in Nakuru county. Altogether the YPs have a total of 509 students training in various technical courses.

Besides providing equipment, HMDS facilitates Girl-child guidance and counseling; IGA development separately for girls and each YP; trains students in entrepreneurship to spur self-employment and creation of HIV&AIDS awareness in project YPs and catchments communities. Under the project, the Organization also sponsors instructors employed by Boards of governors (often below the government threshold of Diploma qualification) to go for further studies to achieve the Diploma threshold. 15 instructors have been sponsored under career-upgrading activity and it is hoped that they will improve the teaching and learning quality of beneficiary YPs. Finally, the project facilitates management capacity building for BOG members. HMDS found this necessary because it’s expected to facilitate beneficiary ownership and ensure sustainability when HMDS eventually leaves the YP.

iii. The micro-credit project dubbed “TUMAYAKI” which means ‘Tuishi Maisha ya Kitaalam’ – i.e. let’s live professional lives – aims to strengthen the financial capability of up-coming young entrepreneurs through revolving loans scheme. 3000 young entrepreneurs have benefitted from Kshs. 3,000,000.00 and repayment stands at …….% by end of March 2014.

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