Entrepreneurship is a highly effective skill for generating sustainable job opportunities – especially among women – and thereby creating growth, increased welfare and better general living standards in vulnerable areas. Gundua Foundation, with financial support from the Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation, has commenced a project that will offer entrepreneurial courses, primarily for aspiring and existing business owners and female students in the area.
Tomorrow, Friday 26th, representatives from one of Gundua Foundation’s benefactors Apotek Hjärtat are arriving in Ex-Lewa for one of their recurring visits to the Health Centre. The topic of this visit is women’s rights and health, an important subject with many benefits.
A new year has begun and with it a new school term. A perfect moment to yet again stress the importance of education for the wellbeing of the human race, never better expressed than through one of Hans Rosling’s inspiring talks.
The world has felt a little different in 2017. That is why making a difference for good is all the more important these days. It is an ever-lasting privilege for us to send our Christmas gift to Gundua Secondary School in Ex-Lewa, Kenya. After 12 years, we are still amazed we are able to support more than 500 school children in pursuing their dreams and ambitions.
It is around 29°C and partially sunny in Kisima today. A warm moisture is left in the air after a couple of weeks of alternating sun and rain where Kisima, at its 2,400 meters above sea level, has a relatively pleasant climate for the region. 20-30 degrees Celsius all year around, with dryer and wetter periods spread. It’s seldom below 10 °C.
Students from Meru participated in public speaking fair from 21st to 22nd April 2017
Nancy from Form 4 at Gundua Secondary School shows how to prepare a Nam-premier body lotion using Aloe gel and Lemon extract, bananas and honey.
Prudence and Ann of Form 3 at Gundua Secondary School presenting a project on how to prepare a fire extinguisher during the science and engineering fair held on 24th and 25 March at Gundua Secondary School.
Gundua Secondary School has just completed its Reading Championship, and Ann and Elijah are the best readers
Gundua Primary School posted an improved mean score of 266 marks compared to 250 in 2015 in their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. The target for 2017 is set to 280 marks.