MISSION AFRICA: Since 2017

MAY WE ALWAYS BE KNOWN BY OUR LOVE

LOVING ACT & JLKJLU
MISSION AFRICA

Ngando, Nairobi - Kenya

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Co-Founding Brosis School Year 2018-19
Mission & Projects

1. BROSIS SCHOOL Relocation

 

Brosis was in total ruined due to flooding. All school belongings were damaged, and there was a remaining balance of 19.000 Ksh to remove a few cabinets and chairs. Transportation has been paid to transfer to a new location.

2. Co-Founding Brosis School

Finding a new area and structure to relocate Brosis School. 

A year of rental support for Brosis School. 2018-19

School preparation expenses. 2017-2018

Re-opening expenses. 2017-2018

 

3. School Project

 

BROSIS SCHOOL - Ngando Ward

(Financial support for one year)

School Financial support and provision.

  • Dormitory for girls and boys

  • Computer room

  • Books

  • Library Room

  • School

  • Meal

  • Teacher Salary

  • New Kitchen Cookwares

  • Outdoor School Programs

4. Volunteer Service - (6 months)

  • Assistant Teacher,

  • School Admin

  • Outdoor Program Coordinator

5. Remote Assistance 

 

 

  • Kids Online Courses: Educational: PPi

  • Graphics and Web: Akrho Radio and Akrho Ormoc 

6. BROSIS INTEGRATED/BROSIS SCHOOL Website

  • Logo sponsored by Akrho Radio by Brod Gee

  • Website, Content, Hosting, and Domain for 2 yrs 

7. ASIRO Consultancy 

Mr. A. Siro, Founder and Chairman of Brosis Integrated CBO/Brosis School, received The PO1 Pillar financial funding assistance for his Business Registration, consultation, free website for two years with hosting, and start-up for ASIRO Consultancy business from PO1 Pillar Initiative of Loving Act.

ASIRO website, hosting, and content assistance sponsored by Loving Act for two years. 

Purpose: The business start-up for ASIRO is to provide financial assistance to Brosis School. 

No CASH DONATION or sponsorship from individuals or companies received for BROSIS SCHOOL. The provision was from the Board of Kærleiksverk/Loving Act to keep the children in the slum continue their education at Brosis School for one year.

BroSis School 2018 January

BroSis School Ruins & Rebuilding


BROSIS Ruins All That Is Left!
They have abandoned the old Brosis school due to extensive flooding. The problem of extreme flooding, children, couldn't come to school. Worst scenario, there's an overflow of large amounts of water over classrooms and the surrounding area.

 

With the significant flooding in the school area and inside the classrooms, the nightmare is that they cannot remove the water inside-out, and there is no other way out!

 

Mold growth and contaminants in a flooded school can pose significant health threats to students and staff. Relocation is a must.



Dear Jesus, JLKJLU Africa Mission needs a miracle. Claiming the heavenly keys of Isaiah 44: 26. Amen. - ms



Below are the ruins of the old BroSis School, but I was informed that the school relocated to this place only recently because the land in Chongis Rd where the school used to be has been sold, and they were given less than two weeks notice to leave.

 

Mr. Jan Bolmeson, a Swedish hero for the Brosis kids, assisted BroSis School with his friends and colleagues from Sweden during that difficult times. Mr. Abel Siro received financial supports and was asked to provide reports. 


#1stblowof2017June
#savedbykindheartedswedishfriendsofBroSis

A school without ruins is a school without memories

A school without memories is a school without history.

 


#january2018diary
#brothersandsistersofBroSisSchool
#wemakepermanentchangetogether

 

 

In Jesus, we trust.

Kærleiksverk/Loving Act - JLKJLU Mission

- Maflor Svandis

BROSIS Movers

Lenana Youth is helping to move the remaining stuff from the old Brosis School to the new place. Just grateful you stayed even when it was too dark to see anything. Thank you!

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BROSIS Ruins All That Is Left!

Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, start all over again.

In life, I experienced that to think of someone other than yourself to be a role model is one aspect. It makes sense. How can you know things when it is your first time to face such a challenge. One failure, one mistake, you may try again till you get it. What if you can't afford a mistake, and failure will ruin everything? 

 

Tough question, huh! Still, you need to make your move. When I was a child, I watched my Papa and Grandpa play a chess game, dama, and some board games. My Papa let me rewrite all the different moves to win the game. Once your opponent makes his move, you can give up, accept your loss, or look every possible way to get out of that position and maneuver. Life isn't a chess game, but it is precisely the same way you will make your move. You lose, you play again, and the point is to learn the game to win. In life, you live to make a difference in your own life before you can make a difference to someone else. 

 

Moral lesson: Losing is only a "failure" if you let it consume you. Please get back to the game, for it is your life is at stake.