SALESFORCE FOR KIBAGARE

SALESFORCE FOR KIBAGARE

Poverty is complex – Just as people’s lives are complex

Each persons path to rise from poverty is unique.

SFK empowers learners to engage with a variety of programs across three areas:

  • offering multiple opportunities

  • life skills and learning

  • practise of lessons learnt or action

SFK develops the whole person:

EDUCATE MINDS

Academic, social and emotional learning are necessary for personal development

From scholarships to sport teams to club activities, we provide places to play, learn and grow.

HEALTH, BODIES

You can't thrive if you”re not alive.

Healing the sick and promoting healthy lifestyles keeps the whole school community healthy.

SECURE FINANCES

Financial self-reliance unlocks possibility.

Trainings and coaching can help current and future Kibagarian entrepreneurs to build businesses that meet their needs and generate income.

MEET M. NJERI

A thriving part of SFK since 2014.

- She is a phenomenal soccer player

- On the elite SFK Queens team,

- A safe space group leader for adolescent girls, ran aspiring engineer.

KIBAGARE is a microcosm of the world's most challenging issues.

ABORTION

ABUSE

ALCOHOLISM

CHOLERA

CORRUPTION

DELINQUENCY

DRUGS

HIV

MALNUTRITION

OVERCROWDING

POLLUTION

POVERTY

RAPE

ROBBERY

TRASH

TUBERCULOSIS

UNEMPLOYMENT

VIOLENCE

Salesforce for Kibagare (SFK) is not a single-issue networking because Kibagare is not a single-issue place.

MISSION

Salesforce for Kibagare exists to develop up coming young girls into leaders.

Catalyse positive change and alleviate poverty in the Kibagare slum of Nairobi.

VISSION

Salesforce and Assumption sisters of Nairobi envision a Kibagare where people are healthy, safe and self-sufficient.

A place where every person, regardless of background has a voice in her future and access to opportunities and resources to realize that future

A community that finds strength in diversity and individuals who are empowered to pursue opportunities both locally and across the globe.

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St. Martins Primary & St Martins Girls Secondary School

PO Box 68291, 00200 Nairobi, Kenya

 

Contact Primary:

Sister Emmah Karanja (Director) Tel:+254722580224

stmartinsprykgnc@gmail.com

Contact Secondary:

Sister Damiana Mutiso (Principal) Tel: +254701311237

stmartinsseckgnc@gmail.com

Program Liaison: Alfred Aswan Tel: +254725468431

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