Jambo Volunteers            Kenya            2010    www.jambovolunteers.org Luis del Alamo, General Director    luis@jamb...
The Country
Kenya and Focus Area
4
Certificate of Kenya NGO
Certificate of Spain NGO
The Directors
General Director of Jambo Volunteers    Luis del Alamo    Luis was born in Madrid, Spain in 1981. After finishing his degr...
Project Coordinator in MaasailandPeter Turpesio SiripoPeter was born in 1988 in Olmaroroi, Maasailand. He finished his Pri...
Luis del Alamo and Joseph Ole Tipanko
The Volunteer Facilities
Terence Powers Volunteer House
Inside the Volunteer House                        13
Volunteers’ Bedroom                      14
Volunteers’ Living Room                      15
Volunteers’ Kitchen                      16
Path to Main House
Tea Area           Garden
Guard House
Chicken Coop
Vegetable Garden
The Farm           22
Giraffes at the Volunteer House                           23
Volunteers at Tea Area
The Projects
Building TheKimuka Community Center
Inside         27
Outside          28
Construction
Digging the Latrine                      30
Desks for Preschool at Center                          31
Women Empowerment:The Maasailand Women’s Group
Cecilia –Women’s Group Leader
Women’s Group Meeting
The Products
Women Empowerment:  Sewing Classes
Health:Volunteers at Sakeiri Dispensary
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Education:Work with Primary Schools
Class of Rescue ChildrenWith Chairs Provided by Jambo Volunteers
Volunteer Leading Class –  Olmaroroi Preschool
Food Program –Olmaroroi Preschool
Education:Work with Youth – Soccer Tournament
On the Sidelines
Soccer Tournament Winners
Community Development:The Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe
Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe                           56
Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe
Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe                           58
Full List of 2010-2011 Projects                                           Education• Soweto West Nursery School (construct...
How You Can Support Jambo Volunteer • Seeking young professionals/college students • Interest in knowledge-sharing with Ja...
How You Can Support Jambo Buy Products • From Kibera – Beads made from cow bones • From Maasailand – Traditional Maasai je...
Contacts• Kenya: Luis del Alamo (luis@jambovolunteers.org)
Thank you for your support!
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation
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Jambo Volunteers 2010 Presentation

  1. 1. Jambo Volunteers Kenya 2010 www.jambovolunteers.org Luis del Alamo, General Director luis@jambovolunteers.org
  2. 2. The Country
  3. 3. Kenya and Focus Area
  4. 4. 4
  5. 5. Certificate of Kenya NGO
  6. 6. Certificate of Spain NGO
  7. 7. The Directors
  8. 8. General Director of Jambo Volunteers Luis del Alamo Luis was born in Madrid, Spain in 1981. After finishing his degree he went to live in kenya (Lamu, Mombassa and Nairobi) and work in the cooperation field for the last five years, during which he has sought out local leaders to provide them with support for community projects, working closely with them in Maasailand and Kibera. Luis has a degree in communication from Endicott College in Beverly Massachusetts and a master in International Cooperation from the University of Oviedo, Spain. All his work is with community groups and with a view to making a small but permanent, self-sustainable difference in the lives of the needy. Logistics Coordinator Maasailand Joseph Ole Tipanko Joseph is the president of the Maasai Good Salvage Outreach organization (MAGSA-OUTREACH) which draws its members from Ntashat, an area with economic and social problems some 40 km outside of Nairobi. MAGSA- OUTREACH is an umbrella organization of three women sub-groups each with an avarage of 30 women who form the great MAGSA women group. Community members who share the vision and objectives of the group are entitled to join. Joseph is a school teacher and married to Cicilia Seleyian. Together they participate in all sub-groups meetings and give advice and guidance to the groups. He also assists the groups in fundraising for the community projects.
  9. 9. Project Coordinator in MaasailandPeter Turpesio SiripoPeter was born in 1988 in Olmaroroi, Maasailand. He finished his Primary andSecondary education in the local school. After his graduation he startedworking at the Olmaroroi Primary school, teaching from class four to eight.Peter participated in a one month lasting workshop about HIV/ AIDS to extendhis knowledge. Among his future goals are studying Human ResourceManagement and dedicate his time to enhance the development of the Maasaicommunity. In 2009 he stated working for Jambo Volunteers and isresponsible for coordination our Projects in Maasailand. Project Coordinator in Kibera Anne Auma Oloo Was born in 1978 and completed her Primary education in 1993. Anne achieved a Superior degrees in 1997. She graduated from College where she has been taken classes in Community Development and Project Management throughout one year. In 2002 she received her Diploma. During the past three yeas she has been working in the field of development cooperation and gained experience with an international NGO. She was involved in the work of Jambo Volunteers from beginning on and now is responsible for managing the part of the administration. Annes goal is to be focused, effective and resourceful in helping to provide a conductive environment, to enrich the lives of the community as a whole, thus by providing them with better living conditions.
  10. 10. Luis del Alamo and Joseph Ole Tipanko
  11. 11. The Volunteer Facilities
  12. 12. Terence Powers Volunteer House
  13. 13. Inside the Volunteer House 13
  14. 14. Volunteers’ Bedroom 14
  15. 15. Volunteers’ Living Room 15
  16. 16. Volunteers’ Kitchen 16
  17. 17. Path to Main House
  18. 18. Tea Area Garden
  19. 19. Guard House
  20. 20. Chicken Coop
  21. 21. Vegetable Garden
  22. 22. The Farm 22
  23. 23. Giraffes at the Volunteer House 23
  24. 24. Volunteers at Tea Area
  25. 25. The Projects
  26. 26. Building TheKimuka Community Center
  27. 27. Inside 27
  28. 28. Outside 28
  29. 29. Construction
  30. 30. Digging the Latrine 30
  31. 31. Desks for Preschool at Center 31
  32. 32. Women Empowerment:The Maasailand Women’s Group
  33. 33. Cecilia –Women’s Group Leader
  34. 34. Women’s Group Meeting
  35. 35. The Products
  36. 36. Women Empowerment: Sewing Classes
  37. 37. Health:Volunteers at Sakeiri Dispensary
  38. 38. Letter of Appreciation
  39. 39. Letter of Appreciation
  40. 40. Education:Work with Primary Schools
  41. 41. Class of Rescue ChildrenWith Chairs Provided by Jambo Volunteers
  42. 42. Volunteer Leading Class – Olmaroroi Preschool
  43. 43. Food Program –Olmaroroi Preschool
  44. 44. Education:Work with Youth – Soccer Tournament
  45. 45. On the Sidelines
  46. 46. Soccer Tournament Winners
  47. 47. Community Development:The Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe
  48. 48. Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe 56
  49. 49. Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe
  50. 50. Maasai Traditional Dance Troupe 58
  51. 51. Full List of 2010-2011 Projects Education• Soweto West Nursery School (construction, equipment, salaries, food)• Olmaroroi Primary School and pre-unit (food, equipment, teachers, sports program)• Support of Kimuka Primary (sports program)• Kimuka Community Center Preschool (teachers, food) Community Development/Infrastructure• Chicken Coop (providing eggs)• Irrigation Project• Dance Troupe Economic Development / Women Empowerment• Tailoring Program (training and marketing of textiles)• Kibera Bones (marketing of bone jewelry)• ENKUSO• Maasai United Maasai Group• MAAGSA Health• Sakeiri Dispensary (support and maternity ward)
  52. 52. How You Can Support Jambo Volunteer • Seeking young professionals/college students • Interest in knowledge-sharing with Jambo’s communities • Volunteers can propose projects Donate (Budget of $15,000+ for 2011) • Contact us for bank account information
  53. 53. How You Can Support Jambo Buy Products • From Kibera – Beads made from cow bones • From Maasailand – Traditional Maasai jewelry • Textile Fabrics – African patterns and designs
  54. 54. Contacts• Kenya: Luis del Alamo (luis@jambovolunteers.org)
  55. 55. Thank you for your support!

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