somali community & relief association

Joma kenyata Primary Education (East Africa)

Youth (15–24 years) literacy rate, 2003–2007*, male 80 Youth (15–24 years) literacy rate, 2003–2007*, female 81 Under 16 school age children living in Eastleigh are the primary target of the project. And it is expected 450 children be enrolled in the project

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Location

Situation

Easleigh locationis populated by Somalis who fled from the civil strife in their homeland. For the past 20 years Esastleigh District has been home for (Any supporting statictis of Somalis). The life of ordinary Somali families living in Eastleight is pretty hard, no employment, no basic services such as education for children and health. Only remittance sent from abroad keeps up the lifeline of the majority Somali with also an increasing volatile business and entrepreneurial activities.

Solution

Families cannot afford to send their children to mainstream Kenyan school because they cannot pay the school fee so Under 16 school age children living in Eastleigh are the primary target of the project. And it is expected 450 children be enrolled Primary Education first year. so it will reduce literacy rate for boys and girls.