Education focusing on access

Combatting Drop-Out Rates

One of our most recent partnerships in Coastal Kenya Kenya is with Mtomondoni Primary School. Together we are working to pursue a programme of educational development. By improving the basic facilities of the school we improve the learning environment for the children, impacting on attainment and quality of education.

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Before 2012 the Kenyan government had funded the building of basic classroom structures but these had been left unfinished with no floors, windows or proper walls. Since summer 2012 when Moving Mountains agreed to support Mtomondoni, volunteers have helped build classrooms, installed windows frames, plastered the walls and floors and equipped all the rooms with desks.

To continue this project, we depend on the support of our volunteers and generous donors. We urge you to make a donation to our educational programs in Kenya today!

HISTORY OF THE PROJECT

2012 – Juhudi Africa started supporting the school and renovated all of the current classrooms, replacing all window frames and panes, plastering walls and floors and providing desks and equipment.

2015 – After the collapse of the original kitchen at Mtomondoni (traditional mud structure) earlier in 2014, the Board of Juhudi Africa confirmed that the construction of a new kitchen at the school was a priority, by the summer of 2015 we had built a new kitchen and installed an eco-stove.

We continued the development with the installation of a school kitchen with Eco-Stove and plan to continue the development of the school in the near future.

  • Volunteering- teaching non-examinable subjects such as music, sport, arts, ethics, plus running extra-curricular clubs and providing small group reading lessons, mentoring and group therapy work. If you are interested in volunteering at the Mtomondoni Primary School, please contact us today!
  • FUTURE AIMS Of the five classrooms that were incomplete when Juhudi Africa began working in the school three remain to be renovated. After the collapse of the original kitchen at Mtomondoni (traditional mud structure) earlier in 2014, the Board of Juhudi Africa has confirmed that the construction of a new kitchen at the school is now a priority, with the expected completion to be in the summer of 2015.
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