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Our school motto is "In pursuit of excellence and integrity". Here the pupils get all their basic needs in school and there is high level of discipline from both the pupils and the teachers. The school has facilities which makes it a better place for learning. It has also a well equipped laboratory for experiments. There is also a well equipped library in Nyanza and water supply is in plenty. We also have clubs and society which enables us to go for school trips...
The good thing about our school is that there are good structures and the pupils are willing to learn under low supervision because of good learning materials. Pupils are able to perform better because teachers are trying to accomplish the syllabus on time. The disadvantage of Olympic is that the compound is filled with structures which leaves no space for playing due to high population of pupils. The pupils also don't go for education tours making the...
August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments
The schools are now opening from Monday for the third term. This is a term which determines whether you will move to the next class or not. If you wont make it to the next level you are the repeater but if you make it you are called promoted. Probably those who repeat the classes are the last ten pupils from each class at primary level. But at secondary level it keeps on varying, ie it can be from grade D and below. This is a term where no pupil is...
August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
What a day for the kids! The first week since closure of the schools for the second term break. The kids are coming in large numbers doing different activities eg. 1. Reading books and doing their assignments 2. Playing several games i.e. letter matching, sand bitching and football, not forgetting rope skipping for girls 3. Story telling about their schools and positions at school. Some of the kids come with their younger siblings not only to learn but also to be at a...
July 23, 2014 | 0 Comments
My name is  Don Ochieng Owiti, am 17 years old. I am one of the sponsored children at KCE. I am in form four at Olympic High School and doing my final High school exams this year. I have a brother who is also sponsored in this same organization. I was sponsored in the year 2011 after doing my primary exams and performing well. Since being sponsored the organization has transformed me greatly and the kibera community at large. The organization has transformed the...
July 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
Muslims across the world, including Kibera where  30% of the residents are Muslims, are all in celebration to mark there greatest religious world event which normally comes with various rules on fasting  and times to pray. Ramadan is the month when Koran was revealed to the prophet. Muslims are therefore expected to dedicate themselves to prayer and reading of Koran. This explains the need to fast. At the center  we have two children who have joined...
July 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
On the 5th of July we wrote about the political tension in Kenya and the mass action, populary known as Saba Saba. On the 7th of July demonstrations took place in Nairobi and we had to keep the centre closed. They made 13 resolutions as follows; 1.We today launch OKOA KENYA, a peoples movement to defend our constitution, support one another in good and in bad times, protect the gains we have made in our democratic governance and rededicate ourselves to national unity...
June 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
After a three month volunteer period in Nairobi at KCE I’m now back in Sweden to continue the work as a board member. Before I left for Kibera in January 2014 I had no idea what to expect  from KCE and Kibera, so a bit confused I got on the plane from Copenhagen towards my new home and workplace. During my time at KCE in Kibera I fell in love with the culture, the centre and all wonderful and blithesome people I met in my daily interactions. Before I left I knew THAT I...
March 31, 2014 | 0 Comments
We are happy to announce that we have successfully recruited our new colleague, Emma Marichu. Emma will be working as the accountant. She has a diploma in community development and social work and is currently studying business management. She also has five years experience working as an accounts and admin assistant in the NGO field. We are very happy to have Emma in our
March 25, 2014 | 0 Comments
There was shocking incident in one of Kenya's coastal towns (Mombasa). Men in balaclavas firing at the congregation in the church, two firing bullets and two disappearing in Majengo mapya slums without being traced . 6 People died while 21 left injured. Among the injured are 3 children below age 3, one with a bullet in the head.... by