Although we are all creative, creativity goes beyond thinking or just producing a work
of art, and even goes beyond expressing who you are, in what you wear, in what you
do, and in particular in what you do to and for others.
It is therefore not possible to have a set syllabus, or even to have a set structure,
… it is personal!
Creativity can therefore not be pre-structured but needs to be individually experienced
and personally expressed …
The ‘Creative’ training will be presented in open workshops, and is primarily aimed at
those involved in teaching and training, exposing them to a free thinking environment
without limitations … aimed at active learning, application and real results!
While this process is not new, what makes it unique is the realization of man’s creative
ability, which has been lying dormant in most of our lives, as it has not been considered
as real or important, but as special to only a few … an assumption that is proved to be
inaccurate by merely observing a child at play.
It is in fact an essential part of man’s existence and development!
Join us by becoming personally involved, the next generation needs your input,
even if you have not recognised those special, creative abilities in yourself
… they are there, waiting to be released, developed and shared!
Family Album – 2016
Kidsworld Centre Kinyoro, Kitale District, Kenya
Endebess, Mt.Elgon, Kenya – Rogers, paralympics athlete, Kitale Kenya – Karagwe Kids, Kagera, Tz
Joseph, Nairobi University, Kenya – Khalwenge Primary, Kenya – Bamburi Kidsworld Centre, Mombasa
Family Album – 2015
Kimwondo Primary, Mt. Elgon, Kenya
– Hygiene, Health care and Skills Training
Hellen who is in charge of the Hearns Kidsworld Centre, has not only for many years been involved in skills training for young girls, but has also constantly looked for more ways of touching and impacting the lives of young girls, in particular as far as health and hygiene are concerned.
So when she was introduced to the re-usable Sanitary Pad concept, she immediately saw the potential of not only introducing this to women and in particular young girls, but to combine the skills training with hygiene and health care training.
At present there are already two communities where the project is running, in Butere,
Kakamega (Western Kenya) and in Lodwar, Turkana County (Northern Kenya).
Hellen with some elders in Lodwar,
Training in Butere and Lodwar
Training young girls in Health care, Hygiene and in the making of re-usable sanitary pads
Kidsworld – Girlcare Prison Outreach
Girlcare Kenya – Hygiene, Health care and Skills Training
Hellen Mwashi who is in charge of the Hearns Kidsworld Centre
is always looking for opportunities to reach out to girls and young
women and having become aware of the lack of good hygiene in
the local women’s prison. Hellen immediately set out and obtained
permission to also train the female prisoners hygiene and in particular
also in training them to make their own re-usable Sanitary pad,
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Staying on track as we continue to pro-actively strive to not only
meet the needs of the Street Children, but to also give them
– a real HOPE and a real FUTURE –
… andwhat better way to do this than by helping them discover
their uniqueness and their creative abilities, by inspiring them to
develop their very own special abilities …
… that are just waiting to be released!
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