DON AND BRENDA GIBSON VISIT TO KIJIJI CHA UPENDO CHILDREN’S PROJECT

In July 2017, Don and Brenda Gibson who are members of Village of Love Canada, visited Kijiji cha Upendo Children’s project in Kibera to spend time with the beneficiaries and witness the impact of the work the organization… Read More

The Covid-19 Pandemic

The Effects of COVID-19 The Corona virus has caused untold suffering on many Kenyans especially the ones living in the informal settlements like Kibera. Hot on the heels of the such calamities as the floods and the locust… Read More

LAURA ROSSALL VISIT TO KENYA

Kijiji Cha Upendo Children over the August school holiday received an interesting visitor, Laura Rossall from Canada who came to spend some time with them. This was interesting time since over the holiday children stay idle and some… Read More

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

KIJIJI CHA UPENDO CHILDREN’S PROJECT COMPUTER LITERACY CLASS A number of KCU youth beneficiaries attended the first computer literacy class organized by Kijiji. The Children were delighted in the program and expressed gratitude. Computer knowledge is very essential… Read More

SYLVIA MORRISON VISIT TO KIJIJI

  KIJIJI CHA UPENDO CHILDREN PROJECT SYLVIA MORRISON VISIT REPORT Sylvia Morrison visited the Kijiji Cha Upendo children project from 9th June to 14th June 2017. As a scholar, her main interest was improving the education standards of… Read More

Eyes open, heart full in Kibera

Posted on January 13, 2017 by Aleksandra Lukasiewicz Kibera (photo courtesy of Colin Crowley) Last month Jennifer and I made the trek to Nairobi for a week of work with a CAP-AIDS Uganda partner organisation, Kijiji Cha Upendo… Read More

QUICK TRIP TO KENYA – By Jennifer Pasiciel

Wow, it has been a busy, exciting, and fun week here in Nairobi, Kenya. It’s definitely a big change in scenery in comparison to the quiet country-life of Lira.   This week, I traveled 6 hours overnight to… Read More

Kibera: A Love Story

Kibera: A Love Story  By Jennifer Cleary of Humber College, Toronto, Canada. Peeking behind the curtain to reveal humanity at its best We drive through the Kibera slum, along seemingly impassable dirt paths without any greenery, to reach… Read More

From Kampala to Kibera!

← “We are all worthy of love” From Kampala to Kibera! Posted on June 4, 2016 by Christine Stenton I was recently lucky enough to be sent to Nairobi for a week to work with Kijiji Cha Upendo, a community-based organization (and… Read More

JKUAT RED CROSS FORGING A WORKING PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH KIJIJI CHA UPENDO CHILDRENS PROJECT IN KIBERA.

The Kenya Red Cross JKUAT Chapter has achieved another milestone in its noble cause of alleviating human suffering and poverty. On Saturday 2nd April 2016, the Chapter successfully forged a working partnership agreement with their long term partner… Read More