managed by K. PATRICK
This organisation Achievers Narok is a community based organisation based in kenya.
It is registered in Kenya under the ministry of gender, children and social development. Registration no: NRK/ DSS/16922
The main purpose of the organisation is to provide charity work to the less fortunate to the residents of Narok county.
Kenya is a developing country and some of its communities are marginalized with Narok county been one of the most affected.The main aspects that achieversnarok is mainly addressing and which are also its main objectives are;
Achievers Narok offers education opportunities to children and youths in the community. This has enabled many needy and deserving children and youth access quality education through support, referrals, bursaries and scholarships. To date, Achievers Narok has 368 primary pupils and 83 secondary students benefiting directly from these program. As an organisation, we have enhanced partnerships with local primary and secondary schools as a way of contributing to quality,accessible education for all.
2. Child protection and participation program
To protect and nurture children as a future generation in the community is an objective that achievers narok endeavors to share in the community. The organisation has been giving capacity building, workshops and seminars to community based child protection systems to promote child protection and encourage child consultation and participation in all matters in the community that affects them. As an organisation, we conduct four community participatory sensitization forums in a year to let community members appreciate child protection and participation.
3. Community capacity building program
Training and community capacity building has also been one of the pillars that achievers narok stands in the community. Community members benefit through training in social entrepreneurship, HIV/AIDS, social security as well as importance of networking. Through this, we are able to eradicate poverty as it is prevalent in the community. To date, 300 families have been given grants to initiate small enterprises that should uplift their economical, social and spiritual welfare.