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Joyland Prime Academy, Mombasa, Kenya

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Address: BOX 86713
Mombasa, 80100  
Kenya
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 10
Number of People Being Served: 500

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Mission Statement


To provide for the immediate and long term quality education to improve lives, by providing a save and loving education environment in which children grow and prosper

Description


The project ‘’Bring ‘out-of-school’ children to school’’ is underway promoting education to less privileged children and orphans. It looks to make education accessible by giving teaching services and basic space to allow learning/teaching to take place. The population of children in the surrounding area grew significantly in 2016- 2017. This has led to higher imbalance in three areas:- teacher to student ratio, student to classrooms ratio and stationary to students ratio. By bringing out-of-school children to school, we hope to reduce involuntary marriages, illiteracy prevalence, child prostitution, drug abuse, early marriages/pregnancies, joblessness and social crimes down by 60% by 2023 and make communities self sustainable and sufficient by 2030. Between January-March 2018 we have lost 42 students into streets due to lack of enough work force /staff, basic learning space and stationary in 2015-2017 that is why we need volunteers/interns helping hands! We need to bring balance and stop.

The project ‘’Bring ‘out-of-school’ children to school’’ is underway promoting education to less privileged children and orphans. It looks to make education accessible by giving teaching services and basic space to allow learning/teaching to take place. The population of children in the surrounding area grew significantly in 2016- 2017. This has led to higher imbalance in three areas:- teacher to student ratio, student to classrooms ratio and stationary to students ratio. By bringing out-of-school children to school, we hope to reduce involuntary marriages, illiteracy prevalence, child prostitution, drug abuse, early marriages/pregnancies, joblessness and social crimes down by 60% by 2023 and make communities self sustainable and sufficient by 2030. Between January-March 2018 we have lost 42 students into streets due to lack of enough work force /staff, basic learning space and stationary in 2015-2017 that is why we need volunteers/interns helping hands! We need to bring balance and stop.

Mission Statement: To provide for the immediate and long term quality education to improve lives, by providing a save and loving education environment in which children grow and prosper

Organizational Statement of Faith


We are non religious organization


Denominational Affiliations


None, Non-denominational, Evangelical, Protestant


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Center for Youth Studies, ChildFund, Emmanuel Gospel Center, Hands On Network, Here's Life Inner City, Other


Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No