The Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization is now divided into 3 different parts: Education, Community, & Networking Component
Further details will be provided soon.
At the end of April 2009, Robert Kibaya, Executive Director of Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization received wonderful news from the United Nations.
After having a long talk with them regarding all his Organization has had to overcome, here is just a brief part of a letter he received:
Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2009, 8:45 AM
"Dear Robert Kibaya,
Welcome to the Online Volunteering service – a free service provided by the (UNV) programme. We are pleased to inform you that your organization's application to register with the Online Volunteering service has been approved................"
Congratulations Mr. Kibaya, we couldn't be any more thrilled for you and your organization!
April - 2009: MAP Scholastic Testing Results
MAP scholastic testing is done worldwide. The school kids of Kikandwa Village recently took the tests and scored miserably. Most teachers are housed in the areas they teach. Kikandwa Village has only 2 homes for teachers and both are in horrible condition. They are in desperate need for more teachers to live at the location while improving the school itself. Please review the proposal provided by Kikandwa Rural Communities Development Organization. It is intended to give detailed information regarding the needs of teachers, school buildings and even preschool needs. The monetary amounts are listed in both dollars and shillings.