Jitegemee, which means “sustain yourself” in Swahili, is a partnership between American volunteers and Kenyan educators who work together to address the needs of street children in Machakos, Kenya, a town about an hour outside of the capital city, Nairobi. Jitegemee provides education, and room and board. We have outgrown our current facility, and are now planning to build a new education…
A 501(c)3 in the U.S. & a registered NGO in Kenya that empowers street children through…Read More
New school floor plans.
Jitegemee students at lunch
Greetings Jitegemee Family,
In July 2010, knowing very little about Jitegemee, outside of a general notion of what it was and that it was being led by someone I look up to and respect, I endeavored to help raise funds to build a new education center for kids in a town far far away, with a name…Read More