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q2:To Marie it's 75th anniversary, the Rotary club of Nairobi joined with key suppliers to organize a feeding programme to assist in the community. Not left behind was the HIHON Nairobi participated in the event by providing lunch for 1500 pupils of Mbagathi primary school in the Kbera slums. Its operation Director Roman Kopacek is the one who led the event. Several schools within the slums were pointed down to benefit on a feeding programme which was to start immediately with Mbagathi primary topping the lost. The aim is to hold pupils in school as many pupils within the slums do not afford a meal at home.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:Nairobi Feed off Rotary Anniversary
Q4:The Rotary Club of Nairobi
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that worked somewhat
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Mixed
Q23:50
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2012-12-2-SIAYA-S#139-P#01>> _
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Heard about it happening
Q19:Knowledge,Creativity,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:Hilton Hotel
Q122:31-45
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:ROTARY CLUB

q2: It starts from the desire to contribute towards the transformation of current society into one that is just. In our community today there are people who are almost too much, while others are deprived of basic. a group of volunteers offer their services at the management level in the organisation. St. Martin believe that community is involved at both the planning and decision making level. They referred to as volunteer committee members. They hold monthly meetings to plan activities of the programme. The selfless service of the volunteers is supported by team of staff members to give services to the community especially in slums.
Q40:Mixed
Q3: Volunteers to help the community
Q4:ST. Martin Catholic
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:Unknown
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q15:No
Q17:[Horizon] Questions 12,16 and 19 <<2012-06-22-Dagoretti-S#089-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:Nairobi
Q122:31-45
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:None

q2: Thank you PEPFAR it has changed the community through home Based Health Care. Brosis Centre has given people in slums epecially Ngando Communityy by providing support and care. For HIV Victims People Volunteer themselves for their status. It has given slums awareness of themselves and acceptance. Individual are trained to provide general HIV. Related home based health care and support for HIV infected
Q40:Mixed
Q3: Awareness and acceptance in community
Q4:PEPFAR though Brosis Centre
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Unknown
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q15:No
Q17:[Horizon] Questions 5,6,7,8,9 and 19 <<2012-06-22-Dagoretti-S#049-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:Mixed
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Unknown
Q8:Ngando
Q122:31-45
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:OSI's

q2: Thank you PEPFAR it has changed the community through home Based Health Care. Brosis Centre has given people in slums epecially Ngando Communityy by providing support and care. For HIV Victims People Volunteer themselves for their status. It has given slums awareness of themselves and acceptance. Individual are trained to provide general HIV. Related home based health care and support for HIV infected
Q40:Mixed
Q3: Awareness and acceptance in community
Q4:PEPFAR though Brosis Centre
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Unknown
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q15:No
Q17:[Horizon] Questioned 5,6,7,8,9 and 19 <<2012-06-22-Dagoretti-S#049-P#01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:Mixed
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Unknown
Q8:Ngando
Q122:31-45
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:OSI's

q2: Wainaina lived in Kariobangi slum in Eastland area. He was born as second in family of three. His parent seperated when they were very young. His mother hawked vegetable for living. Despite the hardship she faced she managed to educate them all. After he attended Gatunyi primary he joined high school where he passed. He determined to get out of poverty through education. He joined Kabete Technical as mechanic engineering to two yrs and motivate 2 other years for engineering and got skills. He tried to generate electricity using biogas from his pit. He opened a workshop and office to train young boys in biogas. He has his own foundation which is helping the community to generate small income to youth as he went through hardship. He is improving young stars way of like in kariobangi slums.
Q40:Mixed
Q3:Wainaina Agony
Q4:Individual
Q7:Nairobi
Q6:Kenya
Q9:Unknown
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q15:Yes
Q17:[HORIZON] Questions 10,11,12 and 19 were not answered. <<2012-07-03-DAGORETTI CORNER-S#134-P#01>>_N/A
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Unknown
Q19:Food and shelter,Self-esteem,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:Kariobangi
Q122:31-45
Q133:None
Q132:None
Q134:Individual

q2:It was on the way to school i saw a boy from our communityie standing near me when i looked at him.He throw for me a pepor that was not good but he did it torch me all over the body it has along call that was to be throw.that was fun story so those are the most problem that people in slums are seen some organisation have brought latrines to many places and it help alot the problem have reduce
Q40:Mixed
Q3:on way to school
Q5:latrines, way, near, organization, good
Q4:organisation
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:Kenya
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Physical well-being
Q38:Mixed
Q15:Yes
Q17:(2011-07-23-victor-smart club-s#132-p#01>>)_
Q10:Male
Q13:The wrong people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Unmemorable
Q8:Kibera katwekera
Q122:46-60
Q133:36.78355324000000
Q132:-1.31539030500000
Q134:None

q2:Water is life for all living things.The search for water is a major challenge in our community the government and humanitarian organisation are adressing the challenges inorder to improve the economical status of kenyans.SWIM(Shallow Water International Movement)is non-governmental organisation which has embarked on search for water in our local environment through wells digging on community based initiative.The programhas kicked and highle embraced by local community the transformation realised y the initiative has economicalgain on families and communities served.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:SLUM TRANSFORMATION OF COMMUNITY
Q4:CBO-SWIM
Q7:NYAHURURU
Q6:KENYA
Q9:2-6 months ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Mixed
Q23:-1
Q15:Yes
Q17:2011-03-31-NorthCentralRegion-John-Swim-S#151-P#01 _
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Was affected by what happened
Q19:Family and Friends,Physical Needs,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:MATHENGERA
Q122:46-60
Q133:36.32373500000000
Q132:0.21085700000000
Q134:Swim

q2: WOMEN FIGHTING AIDS IN KIBERA (KENYA) In my community which is kibera due to high population and infedility many die with AIDS and HIV living their children to the hands of their relatives who in most times treat this children as outkirst. In kibera their was a family that lost both parents living them as orphans.But their relatives wanted to acquire their property without their acknowledgement.The women fighting Aids in kibera tried to rescue the children from their relative motives of acquiring their properties without their consient. The women fighting Aids and Hiv in kibera managed to safeguard the property of the affected childrens.Also helping the children financially to meet their needs hence transforming many life in kibera slums.
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:WOMEN FIGHTING AIDS IN KIBERA (KENYA).
Q4:WOMEN FIGHTING AIDS IN KENYA.
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:More than 2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that failed
Q39:Mixed
Q38:Specific problem
Q23:-1
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2011-02-27-Kibera-Magoso-067-01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The wrong people
Q12:Saw it happen
Q19:Security,Self-esteem,Freedom
Q18:Unmemorable
Q8:Salvation army kibera
Q122:31-45
Q133:34.55000000000000
Q132:-1.13333000000000
Q134:Women Fighting Aids In Kenya.

q2:The problem of insecurity has been a very big problem facing the residents of Laini saba area of Kibera slums. Cases of rape, robbery with violence, mugging and burglary are not uncommon cases here.But since the introduction community policing by our area chief and the local headmen by involving all the residents young and old, women and men in the provision of the security by encouraging them to provide information concerning people who are suspected to be involved in criminal activities to be investigated. Night patrols have also been increased by the administration police and people are encouraged to speak to them freely and information given to them are kept secret
Q40:Lasting change
Q3:Community policing
Q5:patrols, violence, young, increased, men
Q4:provincial administration through local chief
Q7:NAIROBI
Q6:KENYA
Q9:1-2 years ago
Q37:Good idea that succeeded
Q39:Social relations
Q38:Specific problem
Q23:-1
Q15:Yes
Q17:<<2011-02-28-Kibera-Ogira- S#014-P01>>_
Q10:Male
Q13:The right people
Q12:Helped make it happen
Q19:Food and shelter,Family and Friends,Freedom
Q18:Inspired
Q8:LAINI SABA KIBERA
Q122:31-45
Q133:34.55000000000000
Q132:-1.13333000000000
Q134:Government