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This video clip is about the DOT Kenya interns in the Upper Eastern region as they share their experiences in the field and the impact of the ReachUp! programme in the area they have been serving. Enjoy!
Meet Ainayat Adam, Chris Wasike, and Wilson Odour, who have shared their 10 month journey while delivering the ReachUp! Program along the coastal region of Kenya.
Tell us about yourself?
Chris Wasike: My name is Chris Wasike. I am an IT graduate from Mombasa Polytechnic University College, passionate for youth development, currently am delivering a DOT ReachUp! Program in Msambweni under the Ministry of Youths and Sports.
|Wilson Odour with ReachUp! participants|
Ainayat Adam: My name is Ainayat Adam with a Bachelor of Science (Biological sciences) from Eger ton University-Kenya and Computer programming at Institute of Advanced Technology.
DOT Kenya Interns Ruth Mwangi, Priscilla Kimani, Ben Maiyo, and Ingrid Amunga visit the Ole Tipis Girls' High School and the Kenya Institute of Management in Narok to speak about career options and empowerment.
Narok, a town in the bowl that is surrounded by rolling wheat farms, was DOT Kenya's destination from July 18-19, 2011. Ole Tipis Girls' High School (OTG) and the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM) students were eager to meet the DOT team and speak to them about career matters. There were about 350 students in form threes and form fours from OTG, while from KIM there were about 80 students.
Mrs. Pauline Kulankash, the KIM Branch Manager in Narok welcomed us warmly and showed us around…
Gordon Odhiambo has been facilitating ReachUp! at Lugala Youth Polytechnic in Kakamega, Western Kenya, while Isaac is located at Sirisia and Kisiwa Youth Polytechnics in Bungoma, Western Kenya.
Can you tell us about yourself?
Gordon: I am a hardworking guy, very flexible and I adopt myself to different situations. I like change, novelty, surprises and love everything that can make life beautiful. My personal vision is to be a change agent, a man of positive influence. I want to be able to share my experiences andknowledge with people who happen to cross my way.
I am a graduate of Makerere University with bachelors degree in Development studies, I am the…
Meet DOT Kenya Interns Purity W. Rufuata and Mutisya Maingi in this Q&A where they share the experiences they've had over the last 10 month internship period.
In this Q&A, Interns Purity and Mutisya share their experiences delivering the ReachUp! program at Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team.
Tell us about yourself!
DOT Kenya Intern Mutisya Maingi
Purity: I am Purity W. Rufuata, DOT Kenya intern empowering the members of Likoni community and it's environs Mombasa, Kenya. I deliver ReachUp! Program in Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team (Likoni Branch). I am:
- Hardworking and highly motivated. …
DOT Kenya participants in Eldoret have started a cooperative project for income generation after successfully graduating from the ReachUp! program.
After successfully completing DOT's ReachUp! programme, the Koibeiyot Xavier Youth group in Eldoret have started an income generating activity. The group scanned the local opportunity market place and decided to start keeping poultry because poultry are easy to care for, inexpensive and rewarding.
According to the group's chairman, Sammy Chirchir, the aim of the project is to improve the income of group members and to become self reliant. "This is the decision of members whom I lead," he…
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