We Impact the Lives of the Lesss Privileged in the society
Teenage mothers and girls are trained in a skill that can help them earn a living
We train teenage mothers who dropped out of school due to lack of school fees or due to poverty in Life skills, economic and spiritual empowerment.
JALI sisters is a project of the Pentecostal Baptist Church in Kenya founded in 2016 and registered in 2017 to give hope to poor children, physically challenged children through Exclusive Early Childhood Education and give an opportunity to girls from poor families pursue their dream in life, empower vulnerable women and women refugees and teenage mothers, spiritually and economically..... Read More
The centre is located in Ruai area near the chief’s office. Social workers and some of the members of the women program identify needy cases and bring them to the rescue center.
Once brought to the center, the children are taught how to read and write, and later on, parents are encouraged to take them to public nursery schools to start their primary education. JALI Sisters does not pay school fees for any children except in very specific cases. Our work is to offer initial help to the child and empower the mother to take responsibility as a parent. The children stay at home on weekends so as to bond with the parents and interact with other children during play time.
Children being admitted to the program in 2014
A child, after being rescued from a locked house in Mathare