Koinonia Community Charity Gala Dinner 2018

Koinonia Community Charity Gala Dinner 2018

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Koinonia Community is humbled to invite you to join us for a gala dinner this coming November 2018. Now in its third year, our fundraising events are aimed at mobilizing resources, from both local and international well-wishers, in our bid to continue offering our support services to vulnerable children. Koinonia Community currently takes care of over 400 children and youth via various projects and initiatives including our homes, i.e. Tone la Maji, Anita Home, Ndugu Mdogo, Koinonia Mother House, Families to Families Project, Paolo's Home and Kivuli Centre. This year's theme remains "Take Me to School".  As we are well aware, education is one of the most important tools that is used to positively transform the livelihoods of those in need. As it was famously quoted - Education is the…
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Koinonia Community Networking Forum

Koinonia Community Networking Forum

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Theme: Enhancing the relationship of Koinonia Community with its stakeholders. When:  Friday 29th June 2018, 8:30am to 12:00pm Where: Shalom House, St. Daniel Comboni Rd., off Ngong Road, Nairobi Background Koinonia is a lay organization promoting integral human development and community life. Koinonia fosters a culture of peace and solidarity, striving to counteract the economic and social evils bred by individualism. In order to fully achieve our agenda and to give partner institutions a chance to interact we have decided to come up with a networking breakfast meeting. In the spirit of our mantra ‘we belong to each other’, Koinonia Community strongly believes that sharing is key to success. The networking forum will mark the beginning of a series of formal interactive engagements with our stakeholders and other partners with an aim of strengthening the bond between…
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Let’s Go Fishing

Let’s Go Fishing

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It’s another year and the team of Koinonia social workers are out to begin a crucial mission that forms part of our 3R’s approach – Rescue, Rehabilitate and Reintegrate. Between the months of February and April, our social workers are touring different parts of Nairobi and its environs in search of vulnerable boys and girls living in the streets. These places where the vulnerable children live are commonly known as “Bases”. During the three months, social workers have dedicated their time to carry out various activities including: Visit new bases and familiarize themselves with boys and girls in that particular area. Identify children between 5-11 years who can be rehabilitated and reintegrated back to their family as well as aid in their school placement process. Street youth formation. This is…
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