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Hamomi Will be Sustainable

Here's How:

Profitable School

We are transforming Hamomi Primary School into a profitable school independent of donations. We purchased land in 2013 and are now in talks with architects, designers and builders in order to develop! A major obstacle to running a profitable school is our run-down facilities. Anything extra we fundraise beyond our operating costs for Basic Services and Education go towards this building project. With excellent

Investing in Social Businesses

Our sustainable primary school will create jobs for Kenyans within the community. However, that doesn’t mean jobs for every graduate. No matter how qualified, they face a bleak job market, which we will combat via sustainable businesses. We are developing a safety net for alumni by providing business classes in our Financial Empowerment Program and investing in social entrepreneurship. These measures allow our alumni to take risks, be inventive and create jobs.

Full Circle of Giving

This safety net of investment be from within the Hamomi administration and alumni. We raisie our students to understand they have a responsibility to give back to children like them once they are firmly on their feet. Whether that is becoming guardians for orphaned students, hiring alumni or providing investment for a business idea, each graduate will be expected to play a role in keeping Hamomi sustainable.

Hamomi’s Approach to Comprehensive Care:

Food, shoes, clothes, medical care & social services. Solving pressing needs today, keeping students in our programs. Read more.
Complete & Free are key. After finishing Hamomi’s Primary School, all alumni receive scholarships through university. Read more.
Alumni become self-reliant adults as we create a job market through social businesses and investing in their ventures. Read more.