Friday, 12 June 2015

SAVIC Kakuma in parternership with S4L Project Kakuma Evaluation June 2015

                                           Evaluation Team in the Saloon Workshop

                                   Below is the ready made materials presented to the Evaluation Team

 Presentation of the Hair styles by the Room Team Leader Mr. Daudi Mzamini AKA Osofia in London

                      Deborah showing  as a model as one of the style made by the Saloon trainees
                                           A Group Photos after the day activity

                              Programs Manager on a pause with the Evaluation team from Swiss Contact .

Communicative English Class Kakuma refugees Camp May,2015

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Hairdressing Class - May 2015

The SAVIC Advocacy and empowerment programs promote young people's self-reliance by carrying out vocational training programs. One of the vocational skills classes is the Hairdressing training courses, with 30 girls and women from different communities in Kakuma. The training is run with the technical and material support from the Skills for Life Project.
The Trainer (an expert from Uganda), showing students a hair style. May 2015

Students at practical work

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Vocational Training - May 2015

SAVIC working with Refugees, advocating and empowering their lives, by supporting them through Vocational Training courses such as Tailoring and Hairdressing. 
Mr.Selenge Basofela, a congolese refugee who is undertaking the Tailoring training this May, shares his story. He started by joing the SAVIC Adult Education English Program from Beginner, and completed his Upper Intermediate English class. He then got a chance to join the Tailoring class, after passing through a lot of struggles in his life.
 Above  is Mr .Selenge Basefela doing his class work as instructed by the Trainer

Below with a white T-Shirt is Mr. Jean  a graduate of the Tailoring class of March 2015, assisting his colleague in completing a task given by the trainer.

Mr. Ndume the Tailoring Trainer, doing maintenance for the sewing machines for the On going class.
                                  Mr. Ndume assisting the Trainee during class hours

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Future Girls - An Adolescents Sexual & Reproductive Health Club

SAVIC  with Adolescent Sexual Reproductive and Health has made an impact in changing Adolescents and youths in kakuma refugee camp in changing their lives positively, the program has reach our loved ones from the New Formed Country South Sudan Girls who are known under the Name: <FUTURE POSITIVE CHANGED GIRLS> in working in reaching the group SAVIC had employed a Southern Sudanese Trainer named Martha Nyajiek
 ABOVE are the Future Girls holding the poster showing the post  and bellow are the group Photos for the Future Girls Participants.

      (ABOVE) Participants Group photo with the Facilitator  taken by the Communications Assistant.
                                                    Students taking part in discussions.

                                     Session in progress while students responds to questions.
                                               (Above) is the SRH Facilitator in the session.

        Martha assisting her participants during a group work. Martha is also the SAVIC Supervisor for the ASRH Project.

Adult Education kakuma refugee camp April,2015

Kakuma Refugee Camp represents all most 8 Nationalities from different countries of this Rich Continent Africa, despite the fact that Africa as a continent ,wars Tribalism, violence and Cruelest as made people to run their homeland ,education has been a challenge especially in adulthood ages and many more refugees who are in need of acquiring knowledge in English as a second language here in Kenya. SAVIC Kakuma  has therefore  taken this Initiative of opening classes in the camp with aim of  assisting Refugee population in need.