Dear Friends, on Saturday the 28th January 2012, all roads from across Kenya where we have had schools participating in our 2 year Pathways To Peace Pilot study will lead to Wildlife Clubs of Kenya (WCK) Lake Nakuru National Park Education Center for the final evaluation by our independent evaluation partners Behaviour Change Consult. For those who finished high school last year and have not gotten invitation to the event, please get in touch with Mrs. Linah Wodera – WCK Program Officer on telephone number 0724656667 or 0720992584 for detalils. We look forward to this great alumni re-union and wish our graduates safe journey to Nakuru. Love and Peace Always! Shikuku
We wish all our graduates, friends, associates and supporters across the globe a Merry Christmas. May Peace and Love abound within and without your boarders this festive season and into the New Year 2012. Happy Holidays! Shikuku
We finished our end of year 2011 Loita Wilderness Expedition successfully (first weekend of December) after an adventure that was blessed with abundant rainfall making for challenging drive into and outside our road heads but a gift in providing plenty of water to drink and cook through out the expedition. Besides the student leaders selected from high schools across the country, we also had two WCK patrons/education officers. Behaviour Change Consult folks came at the end of the expedition in Narok to conduct the Post Intervention Survey which will form part of our end of 2 year pilot study evaluation report. Mrs. Linah Wodera, WCK Program Officer presided over the end of course graduation. Mei Ratz traveled from the US to document this final expedition in photo and video so be on the look out for more postings here and on our website. We thank all whom through their financial support made this expedition possible. Asanteni Sana! Shikuku
Dear Friends! This week on Friday the 25th November 2011, we will meet in Narok with our 2011 Pathways To Peace graduates who have been selected from across the country to participate in this years Loita Hills Wilderness Expedition. This is the last course of our 2 -year pilot study program. I wish to thank all of you for your continued support and especially those friends who through their kind contributions have enabled us to run this important course for our efforts to foster peace amongst the youth of Kenya through wilderness experience. I urge you to log on to our website http://www.janampeacebuilding.org <http://www.janampeacebuilding.org> for updates and opportunity to give towards “the End of Term Independent Evaluation Report”. Again Thank you so much – Asanteni Sana!
Dear Friends, this years Pathways To Peace National Wilderness Expedition for the selected 2011 graduates will take place in Loita Hills of Narok County starting from November 25th and ending December 5th 2011. We wish to invite you to our website http://www.janampeacebuilding.org for other updates on our programs and especially for opportunity to give towards this important and final course of our 2 year pilot study program. Your donation will also go towards the End of Term Independent Evaluation Report work of our two year pilot study. We thank you for your continued support and urge you to stay engaged in this final lap of our peace building effort through wilderness experience for the youth of Kenya. Thank you so much, Asante Sana! Shikuku
Tomorrow the 18th October 2011, all fourth year candidates in high schools across Kenya will start sitting for University Entry – Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) for a period of one month. We want to wish all those schools across the country who have been involved in our Pathways To Peace (PTP) programs since last year and especially PTP graduates who are sitting for the exams success. May PEACE prevail in your schools during this important exam period.
Last week we were honoured in Kenya to host Mrs. Caroline Sink, the Secretary of the board of Friends of Janam Peace Building Foundation USA who was in the country. I would like to thank our local JPB board members, colleagues, friends and associates who took time to visit with Caroline especially the staff of Carolina For Kibera, Wildlife Clubs of Kenya and the students and staff of Kiine Girls and Kirimara Boys High Schools for meeting and sharing with us the impact of Pathways To Peace program in their institutions and opportunities available for future partnership in furthering peace building through wilderness experience. We wish you all Peace and Blessings and Asanteni sana!