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2021-07-26 01:46

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      Completed Projects


        Health Awareness Campaigns

  • Mombuni Medical Camp held in 2009 in conjunction with Machakos General Hospital and Katangi Catholic Church. Over 500 people benefited;
  • Cancer Awareness Campaigns in collaboration with Livestrong USA and Huheso Foundation in Tanzania;
  • Fistula Sensitization Campaigns in collaboration with White Ribbon Alliance.


        Water Projects

  • Water borehole sunk through the assistance of Norwegian volunteer - supplying water to Ngumbulu secondary school, Ngumbulu, Nthangathini, and Mombuni schools. An estimated 1500 people are benefitting.

        Education Support Projects

  • In collaboration with Jomo Kenyatta Foundation, Kilele Foundation has distributed books to many primary and secondary schools in Machakos and Makueni counties in Kenya.
  • In partnership with Nigerian High Commission and UN-Habitat under Ambassador Yvonne Khamati, Kilele Foundation donated clothes and sanitary towels to girl students in Matuu Memorial Girls High School.
  • The foundation has also distributed books to Ngii Secondary School in Kitui County. The foundation was supported by Royal Media Services and Syokimau FM.


        Community Outreach Programs

  • Kilele Foundation has distributed food to schools and poor communities in Mbooni, Machakos and Makueni counties;
  • Food and cloth donations to Katangi Special School of the Disabled through the support of Trocaire, Nope Kenya, Kenya Revenue Authority, Intercontinental Hotel, Oxfam, Huheso Foundation, Rodi Kenya, DT Dobi, GIZ, Kenya Red Cross, Kenya Wildlife Service and NGO Council of Kenya.
  • Through continued collaboration, Statehouse Girls High school (a national school) is currently supporting Ngumbulu Secondary in Machakos County with school uniforms.

        Youth Exchange Program:

This was a student exchange program between the Ngumbulu Secondary School (a newly created village school in 2008) and State House Girls High School (a national school). The program began in June 2009 and is ongoing.

        Rural Enterprise Incubator program:

This project began in August 2013 and will run for the next 2 years. It is meant to equip 2000 youth with entrepreneurship and business startup skills. Kilele Foundation is seeking funds to perform the activities of this program in an effective and efficient manner.

        Village Microcredit Scheme:

An initiative to increase access to affordable credit among youth and women. The scheme has been funded by Muungano Akiba Mashinani Trust ($6000) and Akiba Uhaki Foundation (US$5000). This scheme is benefitting over 400 youth and women. Households are using the credit to cut on kerosene costs by purchasing solar lantern lamps (see cover page). 

        Youth Agribusiness Initiative Project 

Funded through grant support of US$5000 from Global Philanthropy Alliance (USA) for 2013-2014. The project is supporting 15 youth groups (300 youth) engaged in horticultural farming.

        Institutional Strengthening & Capacity Building Project:

Kilele Foundation has received a grant of US$5000 from the Akiba Uhaki Foundation to build the capacity of the staff in project and grants management. The project runs from October 2013 to January 2014.