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Feeding Programme

Feeding Programme Children's Report 1

NAME OF SCHOOL
Magina Primary

NUMBER OF CHILDREN
20

PHYSICAL APPEARANCE (Health)
Their health has improved since they started feeding. Signs of marasmus and kwashiorkor has since disappeared.

GENERAL PERSONALITY
They have become clean and healthy.

ANY SPECIAL CASE
Yes - one boy who is mentally handicapped.

GENERAL ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
They have all improved since they are now able to concentrate.

WHAT ARE YOUR RECOMMENDATION TO JAMBO SANA CONCERNING THE CHILDREN
If it is possible to provide uniform and soap for general cleanliness.

GENERAL REMARKS
The children were picked due to poverty witnessed in their homes. Others are vulnerable due to losing their mothers while others are orphans. They have benefited and are able to concentrate on their studies. They are never absent from school - a trend that was very common before they joined Jambo Sana.


Feeding Programme Children's Report 2

NAME OF SCHOOL
Kago Primary School

NUMBER OF CHILDREN
20

PHYSICAL APPEARANCE (Health)
Moderate

GENERAL PERSONALITY
Poor.

ANY SPECIAL CASE
One. Jeremiah Chege - the boy is a very slow learner and seems to loose coordination sometimes.

GENERAL ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
Average

WHAT ARE YOUR RECOMMENDATION TO JAMBO SANA CONCERNING THE CHILDREN
1. Provide more clothing for the children as well e.g. shoes, school uniform since some of them come from very poor families. 2. Enrol more children in the programme. GENERAL REMARKS Jambo Sana is doing a very commendable job. The pupils have improved greatly in health and academic performance. May you keep up the good work.

PETER G KURIA - HEAD TEACHER

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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