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We are pleased to report that through the establishment of a fully fledged football league based at the field next door to the project, we now have 600 boys and young men (14-21 years) meeting every Sunday. 

We have called our league the Jambo Sana Magina Premier League. There are some real serious young talent there and we are pretty confident in finding a new Victor Wanyama soon!

Graduation day for almost 80 students at Jambo Sana Training College.

The day had been long awaited by the graduates, Committee of Managements, Parents and the residents of Magina and its environs.

The two projects are doing well, currently the college has 70 students. The college offers three courses, computer training, dressmaking and hairdressing. The Feeding program is currently feeding 65 pupils from two schools, Magina primary and Kago primary school.

The project has been running well despite a few challenges. We have managed to a couple of activities in the month of April such as: marketing, refurbishment and hiring staffs for various departments. We have enrolled new students in all the courses and the enrollment is still going on.

Jambo Sana is doing fine and we continue to celebrate the love and kindness extended to us by all of you from UK and other parts of the world.

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Jambo Sana September 2013

"The children aged between 5 and 16 years sang a few songs to us in Swahili although a lot of the kids could speak very good English." Read more

Graduation Day April 2015

"For me it was a glorious day, to see so many people gathered and all the parents and the graduates celebrating made me tearful, I knew for sure their lives will never be the same again.

They can now go and get a job, start a trade and support their families. I was particularly impressed by the two students who made it into the top national schools from the feeding program. Jackson Njuguna went to Nairobi school and is the envy of the entire village. But even more so seeing a girl from the village, Josephine Mumbi who went to Moi School Kamangu. Her speech was full of thanks to Rafiki and Jambo Sana without whom she would not have made it."

John Nyota

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