Monthly Archives: October 2016

  • Being able to read and write is essential. Written words are gateways to knowledge and opportunity that are only accessible to those with the ability to understand them. Macheo believes that strong literacy and numeracy skills lay the foundation for all students to succeed at school and their daily life. We understand that without a […]

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  • Children have the rights to protection, freedom from violence & exploitation and to a safe and supportive environment. It is imperative that a safe and conducive environment be created and maintained for children to enable them to grow, develop and mature properly during the period of their childhood. Macheo believes that every child has an […]

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  • Investing in parent’s economic empowerment sets a direct path towards poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Family empowerment is a creative and sustainable ways of economically empowering parents so that they are able to send and keep their children in school. Parent can contribute to and benefit from growth processes in ways that recognize the […]

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  • Kenya’s high teenage pregnancy rate has resulted in thousands of girls abandoning their education early. 23% of girls aged between 15–19 years get pregnant with their first child while 50% begin child bearing by age of 20 years, according to Kenya Centre for Study of adolescence. Teenage pregnancy has many risks and consequences. The risks […]

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