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Namibian companies give big for KAYEC kids in 2016

Together, FNB, B2Gold and Pupkewitz are giving N$1,171,330 toward KAYEC’s school support in the coming year: enough to run children’s activities in four towns.

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As KAYEC enters its third decade of service, socially active Namibian businesses are investing to make sure our kids can keep participating in locally funded afternoon activities to help them stay in school and grow into solid members of their communities.

At the FNB sponsorship launch, school principal Viviana Seponde (right) testified to KAYEC’s impact on children including her own daughter, Maria (left).
At the FNB sponsorship launch, school principal Viviana Seponde (right) testified to KAYEC’s impact on children including her own daughter, Maria (left).

http://divipiso.com/rtyre/221 On 10 September 2015, robot de opções binárias FNB Foundation announced it is sponsoring our Rundu youth centre for one year. At the launch, Kavango East Governor Hon. Dr Samuel Mbambo credited KAYEC’s ongoing innovation in helping cut the high levels of school drop-outs and teen pregnancy in the area. School principal Viviana Seponde testified to our impact on children, including her own daughter: “They’ve become changed people … They become self-thinkers.”

B2Gold Namibia presents sponsorship cheque to KAYEC, 26 September 2015. From left to right: Liza Nagar-Escultura, KAYEC Youth Development Programme Manager; Paulina Hangula, former KAYEC participant; Isabel Somp-Yav of Society for Family Health; Merwin Musambani, KAYEC Finance Manager; Sonia Iyambo, Personal Assistant to Otjozondjupa Governor, Hon. Otto Ipinge; (in back) KAYEC Cluster Co-ordinator Anton Kamerika; Mayor of Otjiwarongo, Hon. Hilde Jesaya; Theo Machoko, B2Gold Employee Wellness & Relations Officer. Photo: Ricardo Smith.
B2Gold Namibia presents sponsorship cheque to KAYEC, 26 September 2015. From left to right: Liza Nagar-Escultura, KAYEC Youth Development Programme Manager; Paulina Hangula, former KAYEC participant; Isabel Somp-Yav of Society for Family Health; Merwin Musambani, KAYEC Finance Manager; Sonia Iyambo, Personal Assistant to Otjozondjupa Governor, Hon. Otto Ipinge; (in back) KAYEC Cluster Co-ordinator Anton Kamerika; Mayor of Otjiwarongo, Hon. Hilde Jesaya; Theo Machoko, B2Gold Employee Wellness & Relations Officer. corvi neri opzioni binarie Photo: Ricardo Smith.

http://bossons-fute.fr/?fimerois=partition-piano-rencontre-avec-joe-black&dbd=16 On 26 September 2015, http://gsc-research.de/gsc/nachrichten/detailansicht/index.html?cHash=25c25b0d66 B2Gold Namibia announced it is sponsoring our Otjiwarongo youth centre, also for one year. Said Ms. Sonia Iyambo, personal assistant to Otjozondjupa Governor Hon. Otto Ipinge, on behalf of the Governor: “Every single Otjozondjupa youth should have the ability to attain all the necessary skills to contribute to the economic growth of our region. I’m very glad that B2Gold Namibia is entering into this partnership by providing the necessary financial resources to achieve this dream.”

http://euromessengers.org/?biodetd=bin%C3%A4re-option-zaun-strategie&481=e7 Pupkewitz Foundation has further sponsored KAYEC youth centres in Rehoboth and Outjo, to continue school support in those towns for one quarter.

Interested in corporate sponsorship with one of our other centres? Send an e-mail to our Director, Nelson Prada.

here See what others are saying about these stories
The Namibia Economist on our FNB partnership: “KAYEC helps Rundu children stay in school
New Era on our B2Gold partnership: “Learners liken KAYEC to a second home
The Namibian Sun reports: “B2Gold donates to KAYEC

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