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Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Solar Cooking

This is a kind of cooking technique which involves a solar cooker, the sun, a black pot, an aluminum foil and three small stones.  The sun is used as a source of fuel. The solar cooker is a box-like object made of wood with a lid-which is also wooden.  The inside part is covered with […]

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Life Skills

Aha! You can bet me right that this is one splendid topic youngsters wouldn’t want to miss.  Why? Because it involves day to day social life; from relationships, sex, contraceptives, abortion, etc.  It is very vital and essential for youths to be well informed with these issues as it helps them deal with their emotions […]

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Sports

First and foremost we deserve to say thank you very much to Teacher Dan, “coach” and Teacher Francis who has been training us through the sports which are cricket and yoga. Through these activities we have confidence when saying we have really benefited since we started the sports because it has given us confidence and […]

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Ramoma

Ramoma is a place where art takes place and it is found in Parklands.  We visited Ramoma for the first time on the 20th of January.  Ramoma was written on the gate and there were some beautiful flowers made out of metal.  When the gate was opened, the place looked so amazing.  The plants outside […]

Monday, March 28th, 2011

Paper Beads Making

Paper beads are good when you make them.  They look very smart when you wear it around your neck, but to make them is so hard. We learn to make them in the Centre and sell them to people like girls.  One can cost even 200 shillings.  So, if you know how to make them […]

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

Briquette Making

It was a long journey to know how to make briquettes because briquette is the mixture of broken charcoal, ash, water, and soil.  You store it all together and start rolling it with your own hands and make a circular shape.  After making it you leave it in the sun for some days to dry.