Jammi Homecare Foundation

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The Foundation

About Jammi Homecare Foundation

Jammi Homecare Foundation is a non-Profit Organization and was formed in 2007 by Rev. Robert Murugu and Beatrice Wanjiku, as a Centre/Institution devoted to the care of Orphans and vulnerable children whose biological parents are deceased or otherwise unable to take care of them due to poverty, with the support of committed local residents. Registered as a charitable organization, it has charitable status and offices in Nakuru Kenya. Jammi works in an honest, open and transparent way and will partner with individuals and organizations that do the same.

Charity is a supreme virtue, and the great channel through which the mercy of God is passed onto mankind. Conrad Hilton
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Jammi Homecare Foundation depends largely on voluntary effort but draws on support from USA team led Bunky and Jane Monitoring and evaluation of Jammi Homecare Foundation seeks to maintain quantitative records of its work for the purposes of audit and accountability. The association also engages in continuing dialogue with donors, supporters and other stakeholders..

Governance

Jammi Homecare Foundation is governed by a board comprising individuals with direct knowledge of the social work and/or with specific competences in the areas of its concern. Jammi Homecare Foundation will continue to recruit and retain volunteers both from within and outside the Country and will seek to celebrate their commitment. We aim to provide a quality experience for volunteers and will encourage their own progression.Jammi Homecare Foundation takes care to liaise with local and International organizations dealing with orphans and less fortunate children’s issues as well as other social needs.

  • Orphans and vulnerable referral programs.
  • Academic tutoring.
  • Life skill workshops.
  • Youth Rallies (peer education).
  • Feeding Program.
  • Church youth leadership development.
  • Street children program.
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