KE0921 PCEA Kamiti Corner CDC is Compassion international assisted project based at PCEA Kamiti Corner Church next to Tatu City. It is a Non governmental organization that enables greater access to education for disadvantaged children, youth and their guardians. We cover 4 domains in our program namely;
What Sponsored Beneficiaries Learn in the project
Project days at the center are generally held on Saturdays. During a typical project day, sponsored children will participate in activities such as
Children sing songs and learn bible stories.
Children can play in a safe environment and develop friendships. A typical snack consists of a cup of porridge or tea, a slice of bread and a portion of fruit, and in some cases an egg.
From conflict resolution to developing healthy self-esteem and Godly character, children who come from challenging home environments are taught social and personal skills.
A typical lunch consists of rice or ugali, beef stew, bean stew or legumes and green leafy vegetables such as kales or cabbage. Children who are in the HIV programme are given nutritional supplements to boost their immunity. The food gives children the ability to concentrate in class and enjoy active playtimes.
Children are taught practical health and hygiene tips. Example topics include how to prevent malaria, HIV and prevention, recognition and response to child abuse.
project staff to identify their strengths and interests, setting realistic goals for their future.
Projects also offer extracurricular activities including an annual football competition, teen camps held during the holidays and talent days where children perform music, drama or poems. When they reach the age of 12, young people are involved in skills traning such as computer training, carpentry, motor vehicle repair, dressmaking, cooking, hairdressing, driving and lifeskills.