“Give us the opportunity to change the story 200 Kenyan Street KIDS ”
Buy Nairobi Kenya Street Kids A School In Maragwa Mbombo Area
The goal of this project is to buy a school in Maragwa Mbombo Area Touching Tarmac. to give at least 200 street kids a second chance at education and a place they can call home. This project will offer both boarding and classes facilities for the 200 streets.
I will select all the streets' kids who will have an opportunity based on which extent they need help.The most amazing thing is that this project will benefit boys and girls streets kids
Benefits of this project to street kids
1.minimize stigmatization and lack of support
The stigmatization and lack of support within classrooms can cause further harm to already psychologically vulnerable street children who often suffer physical and sexual abuse, exploitation and neglect, sometimes at the hands of those in positions to best protect them such as law enforcement officers.
Abuse, trauma and neglect can have serious, lasting effects on children’s psychological development and health with street children at a disproportionately higher risk of suffering from psychiatric diseases, infectious illnesses and reproductive health issues.
These health challenges can negatively implicate street children’s attainment and attendance in schools, indicating the need for an educational approach specialized for supporting the psychosocial and health needs of street children.
**** Due to this reason, this facility will offer unconditional support to street kids to enable them to have conducive learning, sports, and self-development environment.
2.Reducing Nairobi Kenya street kids' child labor
this project will hold 200 streets kids, through offering education and place to call home streets will no longer need to be employed to raise their daily income to buy food and other essentials.Child labor often places children in hazardous working conditions to support their families at a young age.
Every day an estimated. 152 million children work as child laborers. A contributing factor to child labor is the lack of access to education. Global March is assisting governments in reducing vulnerabilities like this that make children more susceptible to child labor.
3.Education reduces violence
Education reduces violence: According to the Global Partnership, if the secondary school enrollment rate is 10 percent higher than average, the risk of war decreases by 3 percent
4.Secondary education can cut poverty in half:
Secondary education can cut poverty in half: According to UNESCO, poverty could be more than halved if all adults received a secondary education—that is 420 million people around the globe. Secondary education provides people with skills that open up employment opportunities with higher incomes.
When organizations tackle the issue of access to education, they also tackle global poverty, which is why this falls at number one on this list of 10 benefits of education.
5.Education is improving world health:
Education is improving world health: Universal access to education could reduce rates of STDs such as HIV and AIDS. Organizations like SWEDD are working to expand access to reproductive, child and maternal health services as well as education services. Sex education and health services could greatly reduce STD rates and improve world health, especially in impoverished countries.
While many areas of the world might be far from achieving accessible education, circumstances continue to improve for children thanks to the work of organizations that are fighting to ensure that education is no longer a privilege but a human right for everyone. These 5 benefitS THAT THIS FACILITY WHICH WIL BE LOCATED AT Maragwa Mbombo Area WILL provide only a POSITIVE insight into what amazing gains are made for the world when The 200 Streets kids will have a place to sleep, call home and also receive an education and healh care