Ghetto 99.9FM is community Radio situated at our Head office within the slums of Mukuru Kwa Njenga. The station is geared towards building a platform for social justice from the slum dwellers. It strives to create a forum where knowledge, information sharing, skills and talent development for the radio presenters, actors and creative writers and animators as well as musicians
Pupils at SIDAREC's Topline School with one of their teachers
Pupils at SIDAREC's topline school receive individual attention from their teachers
Topline School pupils at the library
SIDAREC social enterprise fund was established to offer financial support in form of loans to self-help groups and individuals that are starting, developing or growing a social enterprise business in the communities that we operate. These are social entrepreneursin the community who are within groups, united in their passion for change, and using the business to power that change and to be more self-reliant in creating the change they seek in the community.
The programme seeks to reduce poverty cycles and dependency of women by facilitating access to economic empowerment opportunities that will enable them to initiate sustainable business enterprises. This will enable women to have economic power and make informed decisions and choices as well actively participate in leadership and community development initiatives.
There are many challenges to achieving quality education, especially among the children living in the poor and marginalized communities............
Children are the basis of sustainable progress. The early years of life are crucial not only for individual health and physical development, but also.....
Ghetto Fm 99.9 is community Radio situated at our Head office within the slums of Mukuru Kwa Njenga. The station is geared towards building a platform for social justice from the slum dwellers. It strives to create a forum where knowledge, information sharing, skills and talent development for the radio presenters, actors and creative writers and animators as well as musician
This program is the dissemination wing for SIDAREC. It is charged with the responsibility of creating diverse channels of communication and producing IEC and other campaign materials that address health and economic empowerment while at the same time address the skills and knowledge gap among the community members. We have ICT training centers
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SIDAREC has won several awards in its various activities involving slum community service.
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