Jumuisha is Making a Difference
Since 2016, Jumuisha Initiative has made progress in achieving social development in the rural Makueni. Our work started as a result of reports by local community and school administration on indiscipline in secondary schools. There were student strikes across the country, Kenya, and irresponsible behaviour among school going learners. Our initial programs aimed at solving school indiscipline, as most believed that peer-to-peer mentorship would work well.
Since then, our volunteers have promoted social change in the community while educating community members on skills for a better future. Jumuisha Initiative brings together youth and women to educate, support and impact on social change in Makueni.
Jumuisha Initiative has reached out to over 21,000 youth and students in schools within Makueni county. Such include Makueni Girls- Wote, Kisau Girls -Mbooni, Ukia Girls- Okia, Good Shepherd Girls- Emali, Kitondo boy’s School – Mbooni, Kikumini Boys – Emali, AIC Malivani secondary school – Wote among others.
Where it started
Partner with us
As global development institutions make huge strides in achieving UN Sustainable development Goals, Jumuisha Initiative is also on the trail to ensure these are attained at the grassroots.