Posted Thu Nov 8th, 2018
Canadian Harambee Education Society - Annual Appeal 2018 -
The CHES Annual Appeal 2018 has launched!
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Posted Fri Nov 2nd, 2018
In our weekly edition of #wherearetheynow we featured several stories of Ches alumni during a community drive. Thank you to all the ladies who shared their success stories and a special thank you to Sarah Martha for compiling the video and organizing the community drives.
To learn how you can help visit our website at
canadianharambee.ca/ and learn how you can be an agent or a sponsor. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted Fri Oct 26th, 2018
Introducing #wherearetheynow . A new series that will run every other day and will feature a CHES (Canadian Harambee Education Society) alumni that received a scholarship and graduated from the program.
Say hello to Sarah Martha who has been instrumental in helping CHES keep up with all the success stories. Thank you for inspiring us all!
Keep up with all the initiatives by the CHES alumni by following the page below.
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Posted Sun Oct 21st, 2018
Chebak alumnae paying it forward!Last Saturday we did it again. We had a successful MENTORSHIP SESSION with the students of MANYALA SEC. SCH., BUTERE SUB-COUNTY - KAKAMEGA COUNTY.
We had a great honor of sharing and listening to the students as they expressed themselves. We had successful discussions too.
We look forward to seeing the impact reflect on their performance.
We addressed the following topics,
1. EARLY PREGNANCY
2. IRRESPONSIBLE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
3. ABORTION AND ITS EFFECTS
4. NEGATIVE PEER PRESSURE
5. SELF ESTEEM
6. EFFECTIVE DECISION MAKING
7. STRESS MANAGEMENT.
Many thanks to the PRINCIPAL - MR. HESBON MANGO for the invitation and great hospitality.
Special thanks to our guest speakers, Isendi Acheha Jentrix Angara Masai @Nelly Madonye, @Lilian Mwenesi.
To our Organizers and Facilitators Sarah Martha Lincy Lisouza Joy Tre @Grace Amunga and Cynthia Shivachi, we say thank you for the good job. ASANTE SANA.
CHEBAK - TOGETHER WE ARE BETTER. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted Fri Oct 19th, 2018
I want to sincerely thank CHES for making me be the person I am today ten years ago I was sponsored by ches and taken to asumbi girls high school where I could have not learned in were it for myself am grateful and have been looking for any platform to reach you people have been searching day and night to express my gratitude .....right now am working as chemistry biology teacher in a secondary school after pursuing my degree and graduated last year am happy about this organisation and I owe it a lot ......if Greg ourdman is still alive please kindly reach me I had been writing to thank you while in high school but I never got any feedback... ... See MoreSee Less
Posted Wed Oct 17th, 2018
"On this International Day of the Girl, let us recommit to supporting every girl to develop her skills, enter the workforce on equal terms and reach her full potential." — UN Secretary-General António Guterres
Since 2012, 11 October has been marked as the International Day of the Girl.
Plan International Canada
Happy International #DayOfTheGirl! To mark this incredible day, we created a diverse group of statues that are now located at the Eaton Centre. If you spot them, we encourage you to take a picture and share with us your best defiant pose so you can help us #DefyNormal. bit.ly/2RFNfe2 ... See MoreSee Less
Posted Tue Oct 16th, 2018
At the Canadian Harambee Education Society's AGM on Sept. 8th, Viaduct Foundation trustee Ross Thomas was elected to the CHES board of directors. Viaduct Foundation has supported CHES for 8 years now. For more info about the work that CHES does providing scholarships in Africa, visit their website canadianharambee.ca/ or Facebook page www.facebook.com/CanadianHarambee.ca/ ... See MoreSee Less
Posted Mon Oct 8th, 2018
All the best photos of CHES Tanzania treasurer Naomi Saulo's visit in BC. ... See MoreSee Less