HUMAN RIGHTS ON CHILDREN AND YOUNG WOMEN LIVING IN THE MUKURU SLUM OF NAIROBI AWARENESS PROGRAM

Ambiyo
Posted October 28, 2020 from Kenya

SECOND FACE

CONCEPT ON MY PLAN OF NOV 15 2020 TO  NOV 15 2021

 SUSAN AMBIYO CONJUCTION WITH   EMERGING LEADERSHIP INITIATIVES

IMPLEMENTING ENTITY AND KEY PARTNER.

The implementing entity of the of the project is action developer while the project implementing partner is Emerging Leadership Initiatives

BACKGROUND

Action for community development is in Nairobi based community based organization working to mentor, empower innovative solutions in the areas of human rights, children, education, and people with disabilities. The goal of the CBO work in to serve and empower communities in urban and rural Kenya through the promotion of innovation solution in Human rights, early pregnancy, early married, education and institutional capacity strengthening.

PROJECT SUMMARY

The project will be conducted in the slums Nairobi within the areas of Mukuru kwa Njenga,Kwa Ruben, Lunga Lunga,Korogocho,Mathare,Kariobangi,Kawagware,KIibera, Kagemi,and others. The project will cover workshops, forums, and awareness in the following thematic area.

1 Human rights

2 Early pregnancies

3 Educations

4 Poverty eradication

5 OVERALL OBJECTIVES

The overall objectives of this project is to promote human rights, reduce early pregnancies and enhance  education  level and reduce poverty in the slums of Nairobi.

INDICATION OF ACHIEVEMENT

1 Human rights- The high number of the slum dwellers are not aware of human rights

2 The high number of reduction in human right abuses like domestic violence.

3 EarlyPregnancyy – indication will be the high number of reduction on early pregnancy will be part of this project.

4 Education indications- the high Number of students enrolling to pursue education within the slums of Nairobi.

The high Number youth graduating from primary schools to pursue secondary education within the slums of Nairobi is too low and this will be part of our project to deal with this matters.

The high Number of students are dropping from schools because poverty from Nairobi slums. This will part of our projects and we will help to our capacity.

POVERT ERADICATION INDICATIONS

1 The indications will be Number of people will engaging in table banking within the slums of Nairobi.

2 The Number of people entering in income generating activities within the slums of Nairobi.

3 The increase of household income within the slum area of Nairobi.

4 Main activities

The main activities in the project implementation will be workshops, Forums, and awareness creation of the areas.

KEY TARGET BENEFICIARY POPULATION

1 The key target beneficiaries’ population will be the people living within the slums of Nairobi. We shall take data in our office. Are Young Women, Children old women and people with disabilities?

Here is my next program for this year from Nov 15 2020 to Nov 15 2021.

1 Nov 15 to January 2 we will be in Mukuru kwa Njenga for awareness and we expect to do for one month because the population in this slum is about 300,000 people and children and Youth are 100,000. We shall be training 30 children and 50 youth for 4 days.

2 January   5 to February 5 we will be in Mathare slum a population of 200,000 and we expect to train and do awareness for one month.

3  10 Feb  to April 10 we will be in Korogocho slum for a workshop  and training and Korogocho  population is about  400,000 and we are expecting to train and do awareness for  2 months,  youth and children are about 250,000.

4  15 April to July we will be in Kibera for 4 months because it’s the  leading slum in East  and Central of population of  1M and we shall do evaluation before we continue with other slums.

My key partners are Emerging Leadership Initiatives for technical assistance.

Kindly you can advise us to give you our budget.

Many thanks

Susan Ambiyo Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ambiyo
Oct 28
Oct 28

Let us help this young girl to achieve her goals. John from USA.

Hello, Ambiyo,

Welcome to World Pulse! I'm happy that a new voice from Kenya is rising up!

You have created a thorough concept plan on how you want to help the slums in Nigeria. Are you doing this alone? Or do you have an organization? Kindly check the offers on our Resources Page here: https://www.worldpulse.com/my-pulse/resources

There might be opportunities where you can submit this concept plan there. I look forward to more about you and your journey. I hope you can work and network with our Kenyans sisters here, too.

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

Ambiyo
Oct 29
Oct 29

Thank you for your comment. My name is Susan Ambiyo from Kenya and am student at Mua Girls high school in Machakos county. My parents stays in MUkuru FUata nYAYo slum. I was born the year 2003 18 October. Kindly i started this program the year 2017 because the problem facing the children and young girls who are in the slums of Nairobi. I we have iron sheet in mukuru slum, we stays with my parents and we are 6 a house of 10x10 its shame to us.But because of poverty level we have. I decided to stat this initiative. We have a team of 4 and an organization called Emerging Leadership Initiatives is mentoring us, but my work is human rights on children and young girls. Please i have the second face of the program and i need your help to hire an office, buy laptops, i pads, camera to make my work easy. We have 50 children and 43 young girls who are in need of food, clothes, and sanitary pads. now.please contact me I,ll will give full details.

Kabahenda
Oct 29
Oct 29

Susan,
Thank you very much for sharing your concept plan. You are a very courageous and intelligent woman and your community is very lucky to have a person of your calibre.

I have not doubt that you will succeed in finding the funds necessary to realize your dream of promoting human rights and reducing the rate of school drop-out for the young men and women of the rural and urban slums of Nairobi.

Andrace
Oct 30
Oct 30

Hi Susan,
A warm welcome to World Pulse, your new family.....Yaaaaayyyyyyy! Congratulations on your first post too. Thank you for sharing your proposal. Your work is so important to eradicate poverty in Kenya and children are very rightly, crucial.

'Great that you are raising your voice. Best wishes and like Karen mentioned, peep into the resources page of the World Pulse site.

Keep writing and shining, Sis.

Love and hugs,
E. J.

Nini Mappo
Oct 30
Oct 30

Hello Susan,
Welcome to World Pulse. If you've started this initiative while still in high school I can't wait to see how your leadership blossoms in the coming decade as you share your journey with others here. It is often a challenge to reach the people demographic in slums because of the fluid transitional nature of life in slums. I once lived in Kware, not too far from Kwa Njenga, so I know the challenges. But this can only sharpen your persistence and hon your leadership skills further.
Continue bold and courageous, and all the best in resourcing this initiative.

Ambiyo
Nov 02
Nov 02

Susan in conjunction with Emerging Leadership Initiative
BUDGET FOR THE PROJECT ACTIIVITIES Nov 15 2020 to Nov 15 2021

Activities Cost of activities
1 Raising awareness of project in areas Caravan, produce and place media support material $ 20,000
a) Hiring caravan lorry $ 20,000
b) Printing of brochures $ 10,000
c) Printing of T shirts $ 30,000
d) printing of posters $ 5000
2 Selection of TOTs a) Liaise with local community leaders to select TOTs $ 2000
3 Selection of 100 young children and 50 young women from different area to be trained on human rights Project resource person and administration leaders. $ 2000
4 Training of children and young women on human rights a) Hiring of public address system
$ 1000
b) Hiring of tents Venue and chairs $ 20,000
c)Purchase of stationaries $ 5000
d) Food – Breakfast,lunch,and evening tea $ 10,000
5 Monitoring and Evaluation By the project team $5000
6 Miscellaneous $ 5000
TOTAL PROJECT COST $ 135,000
bY Susan Ambiyo