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Daniel Njuguna

Daniel Njuguna is currently a form 2 student at St Teresa's Secondary School.

David Ndungu

The organization initially started as a Self Help Group (SHG) in January 2004, by 25 women as a merry-go round. After a period of 3 months the group started visiting the sickly within the slums of mathare and assisted the sickly with the money that the group had contributed. After sometime the group realized that a good number of children from poor families and others orphaned by HIV/AIDS pandemic were not attending school due to lack of financial assistance and also that school places were limited.

 

Jessica Tseru

The organization initially started as a Self Help Group (SHG) in January 2004, by 25 women as a merry-go round. After a period of 3 months the group started visiting the sickly within the slums of mathare and assisted the sickly with the money that the group had contributed. After sometime the group realized that a good number of children from poor families and others orphaned by HIV/AIDS pandemic were not attending school due to lack of financial assistance and also that school places were limited.

 

Joseph Waweru

The organization initially started as a Self Help Group (SHG) in January 2004, by 25 women as a merry-go round. After a period of 3 months the group started visiting the sickly within the slums of mathare and assisted the sickly with the money that the group had contributed. After sometime the group realized that a good number of children from poor families and others orphaned by HIV/AIDS pandemic were not attending school due to lack of financial assistance and also that school places were limited.

 

Lucas Kahara

The organization initially started as a Self Help Group (SHG) in January 2004, by 25 women as a merry-go round. After a period of 3 months the group started visiting the sickly within the slums of mathare and assisted the sickly with the money that the group had contributed. After sometime the group realized that a good number of children from poor families and others orphaned by HIV/AIDS pandemic were not attending school due to lack of financial assistance and also that school places were limited.

 

Nancy Wanjiku

The organization initially started as a Self Help Group (SHG) in January 2004, by 25 women as a merry-go round. After a period of 3 months the group started visiting the sickly within the slums of mathare and assisted the sickly with the money that the group had contributed. After sometime the group realized that a good number of children from poor families and others orphaned by HIV/AIDS pandemic were not attending school due to lack of financial assistance and also that school places were limited.