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Schools are closed in Kenya for the rest of 2020!
July 2020

The risks of keeping schools closed far outweigh the benefits especially for our children and their families from poor communities.

Children out of school are more likely to suffer abuse, early teenage pregnancies, malnutrition and poor mental health. Many girls will be married off or urged to give up their studies and start work to support the family. With the school closure girls are most at risk.

That’s why we are doing all we can to positively engage and support young people in valuable life skills like agriculture, tailoring, IT, bike repairs, drama, music and art until schools reopen. Our feeding programme also continues to provide a vital daily meal, especially for the most vulnerable or malnourished children.

We are so grateful for your continued support during these difficult times as we continue to work hard to help our children and families stay safe, break the cycle of poverty, and restore their lives post-Covid.

In Africa education is critical to tackling and breaking the cycle of poverty. Together we are changing lives for good.

This story is listed in: Child Stories, Coronavirus

"I had no hope of being educated but now have the chance to access education, food, clothing and medication. I will work hard and dream to become a builder, to construct homes for people who don’t have shelter."
Saidi Makokha (aged 9 – supported by Nasio)

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Nasio’s Medical Centre Nominated for an Award

We are pleased to share that Nasio’s GMK Medical Centre was nominated for the award of Primary Care Provider of the Year at the Quality Healthcare Kenyan Awards, 2024.

It was nominated from among 48,000 healthcare providers and was among the top 11 nominees.

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Our 2024 Nasio Newsletter Has Arrived

Hot off the press – you can read our 2024 Nasio Newsletter.

All the latest Nasio news, information and acheivements.

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Eunice’s Story

My name is Eunice Juma and am 23 years old. I come from a small village called Buchirinya in Mumias Town.

I am a total orphan after the death of both my parents.My childhood wasn’t a good one because I had to be relocated every now and then to different relatives which means I had to change schools too that affected me in one way or the other but the good part of it is that I went through education despite all the challenges.

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