Johnson Nkosi Primary School

The Nkosi School numbers approximately 350 children ranging from 3 to 17 years old. Of these, a third are orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs).

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Sponsorship

KLC offers vulnerable children the opportunity to receive secondary education and beyond. Students are provided with tuition, scholastic materials, healthcare, food and board. In addition we visit with families or guardians regularly to deal with any issue that may arise.

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Youth Peer Provider Program

KLC hosts youth camps twice per year for our sponsored secondary school students and a few additional students. Presentation topics include sexual and reproductive health, academic discipline, personal responsibility, life skills, leadership training and counseling.

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Health

We are coping with an underperforming health system characterized by the lack of access to quality healthcare regarding:

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Economic Opportunity

Our Leadership Entrepreneurship Apprenticeship Program (LEAP) has been designed to prepare out of school youth for a productive community life with the objective to attain employment over an 18 month training and mentorship course. The main components of the course are:

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