Kuku Foods Kenya (KFC) And Jonathan Jackson Foundation (JJF) Deliver A Full-size Fiba Standard Basketball Court In Komarock – Embakasi Central Constituency

KFC Kuku Foods in partnership with Jonathan Jackson Foundation (JJF) have, under the Bakee Mtaani initiative, unveiled and handed over a full-size FIBA standard basketball court at Humama public grounds in Kayole. The launch and handover to Divine World Parish (DIWOPA) who provided the land, for onward availability to the community, comes exactly two months after KFC Kuku Foods who …

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Emerging Power of Youth in Business, Kawangware Nairobi.

Jonathan Jackson Foundation (JJF) donated a professional public address system complete with speakers, an audio mixer and microphones to Brighter Vision youth group based in Muslim Area, Kawangware, Nairobi. Through the building businesses program dubbed “Jenga Bizna Mtaani” the Founder and Chairman Mr. Jonathan Jackson addressed the youths and urged them to use the donated capital goods to earn an …

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JJF’s Jenga Bizna Donation of Capital Goods to Youth Enterprenuers in Mathare North and Kawangware.

Jonathan Jackson Foundation(JJF), the dedicated custodians of community change, have launched the 2022 building businesses program dubbed “Jenga Bizna Mtaani”. The foundation serves vulnerable populations in Nairobi’s informal settlements through economic empowerment trainings, granting micro and small enterprises and using sports as a tool for social development. On the 9th of February 2022, two youth groups received capital goods fully …

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Women leading and serving in the face of the pandemic

On this year’s International Women’s Day, we celebrated three ladies from the Vision Makers youth group that demonstrated leadership and economic resilience despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Patricia Wanjiru had just started her small business of selling milk from a bucket when in 2018 she first joined the Vision Makers group, a community-based organisation that JJF trained on scaling up economic …

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Differently-abled yet very able (The Story of Rogers Omoyo)

Rogers Omoyo heard about the Hairdressing & Beauty Skills training from friends in his neighbourhood and sought out to attend one. Being a person living with a disability, Rogers was not fortunate to find self-sustaining work so that he may no longer depend on his parents. He saw the training as a possible opportunity to learn a skill that could …

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