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Jambo Sana (Magina) Project

Based in Magina, a village 50 km NNE of the centre of Nairobi Based in Magina, a village 50 km NNE of the centre of Nairobi

The “Jambo Sana Project” is based in Magina, a village 50 km NNE of the centre of Nairobi.

What’s in a Name?
Jambo Sana is the Swahili equivalent of “all is and will be well”. A visitor to Kenya is greeted with “Jambo” (how are you) and the expected answer is “Jambo Sana” (fine, all is well). ambo Sana is the Swahili equivalent of “all is and will be well”.

As you may well know, a visitor to Kenya is greeted with “Jambo” (how are you) and the expected answer is “Jambo Sana” (fine, all is well).

Our main activity is to raise funds for educational projects in Kenya. We are currently supporting a fantastic growing project in the village of Magina, a village 50 km NNE of the centre of Nairobi. We aim to financially assist the education of poor and orphaned children and the further education of adolescents and adults in Kenya. The project involves an education and feeding programme for pre-school children and adolescents.

At the time of writing literally hundreds of children are benefitting every day from the programme and we want to expand that influence even further. Our work as Trustees is to promote awareness and provide finance for humanitarian aid in the United Kingdom of the educational needs of children and young people in Kenya.

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Graduation Day April 2015

"For me it was a glorious day, to see so many people gathered and all the parents and the graduates celebrating made me tearful, I knew for sure their lives will never be the same again.

They can now go and get a job, start a trade and support their families. I was particularly impressed by the two students who made it into the top national schools from the feeding program. Jackson Njuguna went to Nairobi school and is the envy of the entire village. But even more so seeing a girl from the village, Josephine Mumbi who went to Moi School Kamangu. Her speech was full of thanks to Rafiki and Jambo Sana without whom she would not have made it."

John Nyota

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