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JNN FOUNDATION PARTNERSHIPS
JNN Foundation has formed partnerships with the following organizations in a shared mission to achieve a better quality of life for the less fortunate.
JAMBO AFRICA CHILD HOPE
Location: Tanzania | Visit Website: JamboAfricaChildHope.org
Mrs. Kimolo has been involved in providing care and treatment to children in Tanzania for 35 years since she was 16 years old, and currently is volunteering with the Harambee Africa which was developed to help those affected with AIDS/HIV in Kenya. The impetus for her decision to establish JACH stems from her own experience of separation as a child from her parents in the impoverished and rural regions. Mrs. Kimolo was moved by the plight of homeless and vulnerable Tanzanian children who had often become street urchins.
President & Founder
MWEKA AKIBA – WOMEN SELF HELP GROUP
Location: Mombasa, Kenya
Mrs. Fumbu established the self help women group to uplift the living standards of the women through farming, micro finance, and healthcare education. Over the past two years, members in self help groups have embarked on housing initiatives instead of waiting for government help of bank loans. The result is that hundreds of women have used Micro finance loans to build or renovate their home.
Founder & President
SUCCESS CHILDREN, INC.
Location: Haiti | Visit Website: SuccessChildren.org
Success Children was founded by Rose Astrid Valmond in November 2008, after she was inspired by God to assist four children in Haiti to obtain an education. Although this seemed like a difficult mission, not knowing where the money would come from, she listened. Later on that day, following her inspiration from God, a woman approached her at church asking if she knew of anyone in need of help in Haiti. She knew this woman was sent by God and gave Him the glory.
Rose Astrid Valmond
President & Founder
JNN FOUNDATION IMANI WOMEN’S GROUP
Location: Kisii, Kenya
With the help of JNN Foundation, Mrs. Otwori established the Imani self help women’s group to empower the local women through education and microfinance. Women in Kenya are finding that there’s strength in numbers: if they pool their resources together in self-help groups of their own creation, they can radically change their lives and the lives of their families and communities.
EAST AFRICAN WOMEN LAWYERS ASSOCIATION
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
Mrs. Omogeni is a lawyer working at the UN. She founded EAWLA, a membership organization of women lawyers in the East African region whose vision is to ensure promotion of women’s rights and gender justice. They aim to support struggling women in Kenya.
Working to end poverty in Kenya