On March 3rd, the Ministry of Education released the results for Form 4 class of 2013. This is the final year of Secondary School and across the country over 450,000 students sat for these exams. Ruben centre sponsored 13 students for their secondary education and one Kelvin Mwatu is now a teacher aid in the Ruben primary school. Kelvin was very excited yesterday as he moved around telling his colleagues that he had scored an A level pass.  According to the newspaper there were 2,722 a level passes and so that makes him in the top 1% of all students across the country. Kelvin began his education at Ruben in nursery class some 13 years ago, and now he awaits news of university places. He wants to do medicine or engineering and his sponsors Wave Trust will continue to assist hm.  Kelvin is the oldest child in his family and so he has set the bar high for the younger ones still on the way. All staff at Ruben centre congratulate him and the Administration is also very grateful to Waves Trust a family initiative of Malcolm and Margaret Savage  of the UK.

Well done.

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Ruben Centre is a faith-based organization striving for an empowered and just Mukuru community by providing quality education, health, financial and social services to children and families in Mukuru community. The Ruben Centre is a non-profit, charity organization run by the Christian Brothers African Province. It is one of eight Christian Brother’s project sites across Africa, and offers educational, health and community development programmes to the residents of one of the largest slums in Nairobi (known as both the Ruben Slum as well as Mukuru community).

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INVITATIONS NOT TO MISS - Directors Corner February

‘Who is that sitting outside my office, she has been there for half an hour,’ I asked Margie. With no answer on offer, I suggested that Margie herself go and fix her up. Then I was suddenly aware of the poor state I was in, if I had retreated that far from the mob that is often pressing around with an endless litany of needs to be addressed. What else am I here for? Get over yourself Frank.

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