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AWAKENING

Open mind school, Open mind teachers, Open mind Students

The most important subjects that are taught in Secondary are:

1-Kiswahili
2-English then developed in the courses of the Technical Institute
3-Mathematics-Geometry
4-Informatics then developed in the courses of the Technical Institute
5-Agriculture then developed in the courses of the Technical Institute
6-Science-Anatomy and Mechanical Physics

 

The complementary subjects are:
1-.History (Egypt-Greece-Rome-Africa)
2-Physical Geography-World Map
3-Economics then developed in the courses of the Technical Institute
4-
Music- Notes on Philosophy-Documentaries-Films-News from the world.
5-Italian then developed in the courses of the Technical Institute

To be admitted to the school, students must be of the right age and pass a simple preliminary exam; the subjects they must prepare for are:
1-Mathematics
2-Theme in the main language
3-Swahili-English version
4-Intelligence Test

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Students can come from all over Kenya, they have their own accommodation and also 3 main meals, all at the expense of KARIBU ONLUS

The courses are also free until the last exam. Karibu issues students an official diploma with ministerial certification which includes the report of all the years, the courses attended and the final evaluation

 

Students will have to take turns to take care of the cleaning of the accommodation and, always in turn, carry out the canteen service.

 

Karibu will give each newly arrived student a Conduct Manual to be respected throughout the entire period of stay in Kibora.

The rules will be serious to accustom the kids to a life model that will be important for the rest of their lives.

The students selected for the first year will be a minimum of 20, a maximum of 26, depending on the admission requests and the results of the preliminary exam.

To be admitted you must achieve a 75% overall score in the exam tests

 

There will be 6 classes built 2 per year.

 

There will be 6 laboratories at the Technical Institute and they will be built together with the classes, 2 per year

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STRUCTURES

Teachers and students will both have their own Committee and Karibu Onlus will build two rooms for them, the Teachers' Council and the Students' Council, which will be used for all types of meetings.

The Teachers Committee is made up of the School Director and all the teachers.

The Students Commettee will begin its work at the beginning of Grade 10 studies and is made up of the 9 best students chosen directly by the teachers.

This committee is free to organize meetings to discuss issues relating to school life and the Center and must each time deliver a report with the conclusions to the Teachers' Committee which will take note of them and give its opinion on the matter.

This is to stimulate and accustom young students to expressing their thoughts on every occasion and with the respect due to everyone.

 

Students must pass each grade to always obtain the scholarship.

Those who fail to pass one year have the possibility of repeating the year but without the subsidy of the scholarship

Study. If he passes the year he will still be entitled to the scholarship but will never have the opportunity to repeat the year again and will have to leave school in the event of a second failure.

 

To make life within the center more pleasant and constructive, the School will organize physical and artistic activities, tournaments and trips for all students. Tournaments are sports competitions and also competitions that involve the use of strategic board games and tests to measure intelligence.

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COMMERATS

FAST FOOD

FISHING POND

COMMUNITY HALL

NURSERY and FENCE

TRANSPORT

SERVICES

CLASSES

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SPORT

ADMINISTRATION

TOILETS

GUARD SERVICE

COMMERATS

They will be built like military field ones, they will initially have 24 beds divided into two blocks of 12 bunk beds and will be separated from the bathrooms.

Teachers will also have their own quarters, equally separated, for males and females, from the bathroom group.

Every day 7 students in turn for a week will be responsible for cleaning the dormitories but all students, before leaving the dormitory to start the courses, must put their bed and all their belongings in the appropriate lockers equipped with padlocks.

A couple of people employed by the Kibora Kampus Center will be available to clean the teachers' rooms.

FAST FOOD

It is the catering service available to everyone.

It serves breakfast (Self Service), lunch and dinner while the bar service is always open.

The staff is made up of people from the Kibora Community.

Also in this case 7 students per week will be in charge of services before and after each meal.

FISHING POND

It consists of 4 square shapes measuring 20x20 meters and 1.25 meters deep.

A fish, the Tilapia, will be raised inside.

The water is changed every week to ensure excellent oxygenation. The water will be taken from the Galana river and discharged back into the river thanks to a system of pumps and grates, useful for preventing waste from entering the river and fish from exiting the water drain.

The lake bed could be insulated depending on the quality and tightness of the soil.

The people responsible for care and maintenance are from Kibora.

Anyone will be able to access the lake to fish but under certain conditions established by Karibu.

AGORÀ-COMMUNITY HALL

It is the meeting point of the entire Chakama Community.

Any type of meeting regarding community life will be organized here.

Just to give an example:

  1. Emergency meetings

  2. Welfare meetings

  3. Resource management meetings

  4. Holiday gathering

  5. Religious meetings

  6. Political meetings

  7. Evenings dedicated to the cinema

  8. Evenings dedicated to sport on TV

At the entrance, 2 rooms, one used as a bar and the other as an administrative office.

The Community Hall is always open and the correct maintenance of the structure will be entrusted to the civic sense of the citizens. After each event, the cleaning service will be guaranteed, in turn, by a group of 8 citizens according to a precise program established based on the events, month by month.

Organizational responsibility is entrusted to the General Administration of the Kampus.

All event requests and permits for use of the facility must be submitted to this office and then authorized and signed by the Chief of CHAKAMA.

NURSERY (GARDENS AND PLANTS)

A large space managed by two gardeners who, with the help of the students themselves, will have the task of planting fruit trees and vegetables of all kinds for use by the center's guests, but, if the harvests are abundant, the excess will be sold and the proceeds will go into the coffers of the Karibu Center.

The gardeners' work also involves taking care of the fence and all the flowers and plants that will embellish the center.

The presence of students is the technical part of the theoretical course reserved for Agriculture.

 

TRANSPORT

 

A bus will be available not only to the Center but also to the entire community.

Do:

  • a morning and afternoon service for local students who live far away.

  • A daily service to Malindi and return for community use with delivery and collection service for goods of any kind except animals.

  • Weekend trips to Tsavo and/or the sea and to the characteristic places of the coastal area for students and teachers.

A Double Cabin pick-up will be used for any type of emergency, mainly first aid.

SERVICES

  1. A laundry that everyone can use, especially on Saturdays and Sundays.

  2. A small ironing shop

  3. 8 shops of various kinds available to anyone. The 8 stores could be MPesa, Hairdresser, Barber, Stationary, Dispensary, Hardware, Cleaning Services and Fashion. It will be equipped with an ATM at the entrance for withdrawing cash by credit card.

  4. Water and energy thanks to generators and photovoltaic panels according to needs.

  5. Permanent guard service

SPORT

An equipped football pitch, one for basketball and one for volleyball. A very famous Italian football club in the world will support us through its Official Fan Club in managing the village team with all its experience.

The field will also be available to schools.

ADMINISTRATION

An office within the Community Hall will be reserved for General Administration.

In this office, 3 employees will record all outgoing and incoming money flows, registrations, employee organization and relations with sponsors.

Another employee will check the correct use of the ATM.

This office depends on the General Management office of which Mr Julius Fikirini is responsible.

Every student, every teacher and every employee with access to Kampus will have a card to use the following services:

  1. Bus to Malindi

  2. Catering

  3. Laundry

The card is free for everyone and its use is exclusively at a statistical and administrative level.

It will be given to everyone at the beginning of their admission into the Kampus.

It is a personal card and cannot be used by anyone else.

It must be kept and returned at the end of the study cycle by both students and teachers.

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NEVER ENDING STORY HOUSE

 

Elderly care project.

 

It is the final act of a project that started with childhood and will end with care for the elderly.

It is the structure that I love most, the one in which there are those who arrive to face life and those who leave, after having faced life, to enjoy the promised rest. It is the structure where you can breathe the infinite meaning of life.

 

Therefore, an area dedicated to the lonely, poor, sick and terminally ill elderly who will be assisted with loving care until their death.

The area is made up of small accommodations gathered in the shape of a circle close to the small lake connected to the Management and Reception Center

The accommodations are collected in 4 blocks, each containing 8 cottages for a total of 64 guests and will be built, block by block, over 5 years.

Elderly people can come from any other part of KENYA.

 

Everything is free and subsidized by sponsors and private donors.

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PROJECTS FOR STRUCTURES

SCHOOLS - DORMITORS - OFFICES - SHOPS - FAST FOOD

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CLINIC-MATERNITY DEPARTMENT-COMMUNITY HALL-MECHANICAL WORKSHOP

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DORMITORS

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NESH, RETIREMENT HOMES FOR THE ELDERLY

FARM-PLANTS-FISHING POND

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SPORTS

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SELF-GENERATOR

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FENCE

  1. Wooden fence with barbed wire

  2. Accessory for power

  3. Flowers and fruit plants

  4. Two workers

  5. Tool store

SECONDARY

  1. Classrooms

  2. Desks

  3. Seats

  4. Chairs

  5. Accessories

  6. Staff only students

LABORATORIES

  1. Single block for six rooms

  2. Equipment table 6

  3. Desks

  4. Seats

  5. Sinks

  6. Equipment (to be defined)

STUDENT DORMITORY

  1. Bunk beds

  2. Mattresses

  3. Sheet

  4. Pillows and pillowcases

  5. Iron lockers with padlock

  6. Student cleaning

TEACHERS' DORMITORY

  1. Single block

  2. Beds

  3. Seats

  4. Sheet

  5. Cushions

  6. Cabinets

FAST FOOD

  1. Water-electricity-gassetup

  2. Tables

  3. Seats

  4. Bar equipment

  5. Kitchen

  6. 3 Employees

GUARD SERVICE

  1. Room

  2. Bunk beds

  3. Table + chairs

  4. Box equipped for bathrooms

  5. Contract with Agency

GARAGE

  1. Equipped workshop

  2. Purchase of buses and pick-ups

  3. Store

  4. Three employees

CLINIC

  1. Rooms for doctors, patients, nurses

  2. Supply of medicines

  3. 4 employees

POND

  1. Excavation of 4 pits 25x25m

  2. Insulation if necessary

  3. Pipeline for loading and unloading water from river to river

  4. Supply of pumps and accessories

  5. Only one employee

NURSERY

  1. Space preparation

  2. Nursery Creation

  3. First sowing

  4. Pipeline connection

  5. Equipment

  6. Store

  7. Three employees

COMMUNITY HALL

  1. Main Structure

  2. Administration Office

  3. Employees

  4. Desks

  5. Seats

  6. Cabinet and stationary

  7. Bar

  8. Store 2 rooms

MARKET-LAUNDRY

  1. Structure Construction

  2. Structure composed of various types of shops.

  3. Laundry with continuous water loading and unloading.

  4. Only one employee

SPORTS FIELD

  1. Space preparation

  2. Football field setup and purchase of equipment

  3. Changing room with shower

  4. Watering system

  5. Only one employee

TOILETS

  1. Two outer blocks of 10

  2. Two internal blocks of 10

  3. Two employees for outdoor spaces

  4. Two employees for internal spaces

  5. Store for accessories

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  1. Elderly housing 32

  2. Welcome center

  3. Nurse Room

COST FORECAST €735,000

This is a provisional assessment we have made based on our many years of experience in the Kenyan market. But we are also evaluating other markets.

For this reason we are not yet able to provide precise costs but we will update the real count as soon as possible

PROCESSING TIMES

2 Theory classes
2 Practice classes
4 Dormitories
4 bathrooms
Cafeteria
Administration
School Bus
ATM
Long live
me

 

2 Theory Classes 2 Practice Classes 2 Bathrooms

Fishing Pond

Laundry/Ironing room

Market

Sports field

Administration

2 Theory Classes 2 Practice Classes

2 bathrooms

Administration

Guard service

2 External Bathrooms

AGORA' COMPLEX

Workshop-Garage Pick-up

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YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

YEAR 5

IMPORTANT

While waiting to obtain an interview with KENYA POWER for the supply of electricity, we will use a generator that develops sufficient power to give light to the entire Kampus.

 

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WHY SPONSOR

  1. The first benefit of the sponsor is to participate in a new course of school education in Africa, closer and more coherent to the times.

  2. This allows you to apply marketing campaigns that can develop your market or cutting edge and cutting edge means being conceptually ahead and anticipating or proposing changes in society.

  3. This project is open and devoted to the future and emancipation, therefore to the production of new products designed for this purpose.

  4. For example, a bank can imagine, in addition to the classic scholarship, a new type of savings for students by establishing a course at our school to explain the value of money in detail, starting from the ATM.   The same goes for other types of commercial sponsors.

  5. Participating in the development of an innovative project in a rural area means coming into close contact with thousands of people who would otherwise be unattainable. It means opening a new market. By participating in our project, the sponsor enters a forge full of minds to shape and prepare for the future.

  6. Finally, it is also useful to remember that, if this new school system achieves the desired success, the possibility of opening other schools opens up in all rural areas of Kenya. The future is not that far away and we need to prepare in time so as not to be left behind. Not keeping up with the times just means still giving space and primacy to foreign companies.

  7. Payments for the most demanding sponsorships will be paid in annual installments.

RESERVED FOR SPONSORS

What you can sponsor:

FENCE-NURSERY

COMMUNITY HALL

FAST FOOD

COMMERATS

CLASSES

LABORATORIES

SPORT

FISHING POND

TRANSPORT

BATHROOMS

SERVICES

NESH

YEAR 1

YEAR 3 and 4

DIVIDED IN 3 YEARS

DIVIDED IN 3 YEARS

DIVIDED IN 3 YEARS

DIVIDED IN 3 YEARS

YEAR 2

YEAR 2

YEARS 1 and 4

DIVIDED IN 4 YEARS

DIVIDED IN 4 YEARS

DIVIDED IN 5 YEARS

The ATM service will be the exclusive service of a bank.

 

 

REBIRTH OF A CHILD IN KENYA only asks for some important clauses to be inserted to be evaluated together.

The drafting of the contract is the right of the sponsor.

 

  1. The payment of funds is not upon signing the contract but of the "working progress" type based on the annual table already prepared. So an advance upon signing and annual installments.

  2. The sponsor can also decide to pay all the funds upon signing the contract, in this case he benefits from a 10% discount on the amount.

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