Our Local volunteers on a mobile Clinic.
550+ patients were seen in the last 12 days by LSU team (consisting of Drs, Professors and Medical students from Louisiana) and ICODEI’s local staff. The coverage has been mainly in the Western region part of Kenya where most of Volunteer Kenya activities are carried out and once again, Volunteer Kenya-ICODEI appreciates their efforts to travel far and wide to join us in fighting diseases and saving lives. To learn more about our HealthCare program please visit VK website and click on “HealthCare” listed under Programs tab: http://volunteerkenya.org/index.php/programs/healthcare
Epico Jahns Academy Grade 8 Students (graduating class of 2014), National examination RESULTS:
Following the recent Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) results announcement, we are extremely delighted to inform everyone that all our students performed well and are qualified to join high schools across the country next year (February). Once again, our sincere appreciation to all those who have been involved in steering this forward, to past/present volunteers, Teachers and Parents – good job! We wish our students all the best as they prepare to start their high school education!
Learn more about the education program by visiting the site: http://www.volunteerkenya.org under programs > Education http://www.volunteerkenya.org/index.php/programs/education
Right after sitting for their National Examinations to join high school. Learn more about the education program by visiting the site: http://www.volunteerkenya.org under programs > Education http://www.volunteerkenya.org/index.php/programs/education
In 2010 our first Grade 8 at EPICO JAHNS ACADEMY sat for their national exams to qualify for High School of which they excelled and joined various high schools in Kenya.
Today the same team is sitting for their national exam to qualify for University. We are confident that once again they will excel and join universities next year. Thank you all present and past volunteers.
“To fight HIV/AIDS, provide primary school education, encourage microenterprise development for women
and provide healthcare for the people of Western Kenya without regard to religion, politics, ethnicity or nationality.”