Mathare youth association was formed in 1987. By then mysa office was a 9 meter square room. With the expand in sports,community, selfhelp projects and leadership trainning programs by and for the youth of Mathare and for and neighbouring slums as a viable model.
One must aspire!
This is what my parents thought me. There is nothing that one cannot achieve but the only condition is that he must want it first. Indeed, a person who does not stop fighting to have it will have what he is fighting for in the end come what may. It is as if the whole universe with its diverse elements would conspire to help him get what he wants so badly.
Here is what my case was:
You will not believe that this swanky office and these lovely suits and shoes that I am sporting today were not there even a couple of years ago. I could not even afford to travel by public transport. I was in one set of clothes for more than a fortnight and the day my mother would decide that the clothes needed a wash, I would stay back in the house not attending college on the pretext of not being too well because I did not have enough clothes to go out that day.
The transformation came when my the lecturer came to know about us:
Mrs. Smith was the economics teacher and she thought that I was naturally talented in the subject. What she did not know was that I stayed up until the Zen hours on the day studying before her class to impress her so that she could help me try for a scholarship. I would do the lessons even before she would do the explanation in the class.
Mrs. Smith came to know about me through a classmate and she decided o help me do online trading and in her own words to be able to carry the burden of the house on my shoulders.
She lent me $250 and her old laptop and she asked to study the websites and give her a feedback as to which one of them was the right one to invest all that money into.
The kind of responsible student that I was I decided to read through make notes, tabular columns etc and the next day I was at her desk with a small booklet titled QProfit System Review.
She read through the pages with evincing interest and looked at my face and said, “now go ahead and make sure you double that up”
When you have, give me the initial deposit back!
I was surprised. And teary-eyed. I hugged her and said a thank you. In three days flat, I returned her initial investment. She was impressed! She helped me get a good scholarship and a lifetime of trust because it is two years since and I still trade on this lovely software! I am so glad that Mrs. Smith came in my life. May good Lord Jesus bless her always!!
Inspiration and source of expertise for similar youth self-help projects in poor urban and rural communities in kenya and other countries.
Website designed by Nairobits African youth Online
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Lana Wong and Francis Kimanzi started the shootback project in August 1997. The Project consists of 31 members which is gender sensitive having 15 girls and 16 boys. The youth had to apply and the 31 members got selected for being active in MYSA activities and each one of them was given a clear shot camera and a role of film. Since then they have been taking pictures of any kind in the slum and also pictures of boys and girls from MYSA playing football.
It is so good when life gives you opportunities to grow!
Only a year ago, I had nothing to call my own. I was losing my day job to attrition in the company. The company was not doing too well fiscally and the downsizing was imminent. I knew I would have to go and finding a new job post-recession was a tough thing. I knew I had to start something alternatively or else I would be stranded and homeless. The thought of being homeless was terrifying.
That was the day I started scouting for jobs:
I met lots of people who could help me with my job hunting. I even wrote out applications for jobs I was overqualified for and then I searched the internet for options to do part-time.
I was game for even a teaching job at tutorials close by. Fortunately, while browsing only a week later, I hit upon a page where the virtues of online trading were extolled.
Now I had no idea what online trading was anyways so I skipped the article and went on reading. The following evening, I saw a similar article on online trading on my linked in profile and I knew that this was something that everyone was talking about.
So, I read up!
And am I happy that I did!
The article gave a great lowdown on everything that a novice must know about trading. I was at the end of the article quite convinced that I must also start online trading just in case I was losing my job and had nothing to fall back on.
So, I invested and lo!
In a couple of hours, I was through the screening, my initial deposit was made and I was also assigned a registered broker! Whoa! This was quick. I was impressed nonetheless!!
The members meet on Saturdays and discuss with their teachers the problems they face and also sometimes they get lessons from photojournalists from Kenya and other parts of the world. Some of the invited guests are; photographers from Nation newspaper Khamis Ramadhani, Rebecca Nduku . Blasto Ogindo and Wendy Stone among others.
I was finishing my course in computer web designing when I realized that I had run out of fizz:
I was passionate about computers right from my childhood. If there was something that I wanted to do right from the beginning up to the end, it was something to do with the computers. I was a good student throughout and that ensured that I opted for the subject and I could make it easier.
Sometime in the final few years of graduation, I was losing out a lot of interest in studies. I wanted to be able to do something creative. Probably the mundane and the theory bit of the course had been bogging me down. I could not concentrate on the subjects and that was making me feel worse.
I knew there was no future without my graduation:
I pushed myself hard and even though I did not come out with flying colors I was glad that I did make it until the end. One day while browsing the course material, I came across a page on online trading. It gave me a big insight into trading on binary options and I cannot tell you how excited I was to see that this is exactly what my interest lied in.
Understanding how it worked was a step in the right direction!
Online trading is trading done completely on the internet. This means that the person is trading from the comforts of his own home. The markets are open all throughout the day and night and so it is one of the most convenient of all options in case anyone is really interested in making a little extra.
One thing to keep in mind!
The income from the trading software is only supplementary in nature unless you would be content with even a little less. But this is not to say that you cannot make anything great out of it. With practice and perseverance, you may outshine your performance each time and every time!
The idea is to not over expect in the beginning:
once you get the hang of how online trading works, you will realize that you are personally drawn towards it and there is so much scope in it and the best part is that you can trade at your convenient time and from your place of convenience, nothing really to beat that!
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I wanted to be able to tell you about this new thing that I am into. It is so exciting that I cannot fall asleep without telling it to someone. Here is what it is: yesterday while browsing the internet, I came across this superb trading software which allows you to profit when you predict the trade signals.
And it is only 24 hours since I signed up and I have at least doubled up my initial investment. How good is that! I am telling you that you must also join in.
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Hello nice to see all this. Greetings from Holland.
I am intrested in in the the coming exbition,which is coming on.please give me information and invitertion,so that i can come to france and take part in the exbition.
Just wanted to wish you guys good luck!! Please keep up the good work. God bless
hallo you people in Mysa.
This week we have Lillian staying with us. It has been a pleasure to know this fantastic girl. We hope she has learn something here in Norway so she can use in her job in Mysa.
Lillian has been a good ambassador for Mysa, and i think that your organinsation does a good job for the kids,youth and their families.
Lillian has invited us to Kenya. We hope one day we can have an opportunity to travel and get to see you and the work you are doing.
Wish you all the best.
Anne Elise,Trond, Marita and Vegard.
I have had Lillian for dinner today, and I made her a dinner that was far too HOT !!
I`m comming with the Childrensfestival “Barn er bra” to visit you in august, and I`m looking much forward to see you all again. We bring with us some fine children from Haugesund, Norway.
MYSA means a lot for many children in Haugesund, and many of them are proud to have a friend in Mathare.
Wish you all the best !!Georg.
He you nairobits “gang” love the things you are doing ! I would like to see some of the new stuff you’re working on. I will be in Nairobi in September and I would love to come and visit you!
Keep on going! Olle
I AM DESPERATE TO KNOW WHAT DOES NAIROBI,
NAYROBY,NAYROBI OR NAIROBY MEANS.I’VE IN ALL
THE PLACES POSIBLE AND NO RESPONSE.I HOPE YOU
CAN HELP ME AS SOON AS POSIBLE.
that’s very good work.keep it up.we have a project coming up and i’m really glad you’re the guys going to handle it.for those with a memory sharp enough to remember who the f@#$%&*k i am, tryu to keep in touch.
Am just happy to be part of nairobits, thanks to all the donors,teacher,mysa, and all the students who have made this project to be what it is today. keep up the good work now and always for as long as we have this project……….come to think of it we are going to make nairobits last forever.
I have just browsed through your website and would like to commend ALL of you for doing some ground breaking “grassroots” work in the applications of the new information communication technologies. Well done!
Hi everybody ! I have not been in touch for a while,because I’ve been so very busy. Soon I’ll leave Norway to come and stay in Nairobi, and I look forwardto see you all again, and live in Kenya as a pensionar
and come and visit you all ! Greetings from Helge
We are two girls from Norway. We are attending at Sagavoll folkehyskole and visited Mathare and the Mysa-project in December. We just want to wish you good luck. This homepage is really good!! Next week we are going to have a hole week about MYSA,and we are going to raise money for MYSA. Keep up the good work!
we are now back thanks to our donors now we are going to become good webdesigners in kenya and have a wonderful team in nairobits thanks God.
Due to some trouble introduced by a server upgrade last week, the guestbook has been down. The problem has been fixed. Happy writing!
Hello! I looked at some of your websites. They were fantastic! I enjoyed seeing the different photographs taken by each person of their city. I came across this website when I was searching for information on African urban slums. I must say it is a wonderful website, and I will come back to visit and check out the rest of the sites. I like playing soccer or football, too!!!
We (me and my webdesign-class at Hilversum, Holland) have just had a positive lecture by Hester about her work in general, and about her cooperation in the Nairobits Proj.
I love your site, great initiative; it’s a good and positive thing amongst all the commerciality and filth on the internet. Keep it up; you’re never ready learning new things – both in work and life. Love it!!!
Hallo to all! Joseph told me about these pages and so I’m here now! I formyself feel as a “half”-Kenian because I love this country. Also my girlfriend is comeing from your Kenia. It is great to see your work!
hey. This is a realy good site. I hope that more people visit this site. I think it’s realy important to know more about other country’s en culuur (how do you write that in english?) So keep up the great work!!
Hey MYSA members,
I am a Kenyan studying in the United States.Cool to go thru ya web-site.I have learnt alot about ya program and the help you give to the youth.Bravo to you all.
I really am impressed with your site. I intend to link to it from my own.(www.joethedragon.co.uk). Keep up the great work!
Great work going on around here. It’s really nice and refreshing to see what the kids CAN do. You’ve sparked a fire in me. Al b in touch soon.
Jambo everyone! I just wanted to say hello to all the youths who joined the workshop on the Norwegian school in January. I had a great time and I miss u all. We are all well back in Norway now. Hope o be back soon! If somebody wants to write me, please do so : firstname.lastname@example.org Lots of warm thougts from sissel! (rafiki)
we are geting back, we are geting back, ……………………….we are geting back……………..
Hi my name is Hana,
I visited Nairobi recently and i fell in love with your county. For Christmas my Mother bought me a MYSA photography book and i couldn’t put it down. i love the work you’ve been doing and i think it’s amazing…..i just hope one day i can return and be part of what you do….or at least meet you all.
i am a kenyan girl studying in France and I am very impressed with the work that you are doing. i have gone through your website and I can say that it is very encouraging to see that people like you have such great ideas and talents. keep it up!
we are geting back on track we hope to become good webmaster special thanks to all our donors and our teachers and all guest speakers we had
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great venture and adventure!the bestest for you all in this new year.greetings from canada!
Jambo! We would like to wish all of you a good christmas and a happy new year. We are really looking forward to se all our friends again in february.
Best wishes from Solfrid and Aud Jane ( Norway )
I came to your site from www.vistavisuals.nl/worldmixuk
You appear to have a great global project going and using a website for the collaborative creation of a virtual island is truly inspired. Have fun!
god jul(happy xmass)
i hope you will have the best this x-mass.
As a South African livin and workin in Norway as a Graphic Designer, it gives me a lot of pride to see fellow Africans reaching for what may seem the impossible. Thumbs up!
I was very interested by your website. I am from Kenya and this really made me remember the place I really love. Keep up the good work and May God be with you and bless you with every good blessing that He has promised. With love from Aerica
I forgot to give you my e-mailaddress:
Interesting! Hope I will learn a lot of visiting your web-sites.
Jambo ! Just to inform you all that we are 3 persons from Norway arriving on the morning of saturday the 25th November. Hope we can visit the Nairobits Project when we are there.
Good luck in all your work, and also good luck
to our favourite team; Mathare United today !
Greetings from Helge
Im happy to see that your project gets on well, you Africans have a lot to say to the world and we cant afford to miss your words and your cultures, so continue to take on the internet and some day the world will realize (and processors will be designed and manufactured in Africa too, why not!). Good luck for all of you!!
its me again! I wanted to tell you guys that I have told loads of people about your project and they are all 100 percent behind you. If any one wants to contact me write to me at LibbyK85@hotmail.com Keep it goin!
i’m a student of the university of bologna in italy, i’m writing an essay about internet and africa and i found your site during one of my web research. i think that you made a brillant work and that what you have done could be an example for all the other countries of africa, in particular for young people. my compliments to all of you, i will be very honored and happy to ear from you about your work. please write me soon.
I think you guys are doing a grate job. Keep it goin
WE HAVE HEARD ALL YOUR CRIES AND COMING SOON A GUESTBOOK IN THE MYSA WEBSITE
All on the project, I visited the site in April 2000 and thought it was great but you appear to have gone from strength to strength
Well done, keep up the good work.Anne
Wild dudes!I was surfing for an article for my African paper and
was thinking animals when I bumped into this crazy awesome site! Now I’ll ace
my paper when I turn in one titled “Narobits: Young thugs with a digital agenda!”
Cool beans! oh, I’m only in 10th grade!
Hi I am a 14 yr old high school football player girl
from San Mateo, California. You guys have such cool
web sites and real cute stories. How sweet!
My teammates and I would love to correspond with any teen guys
and maybe we can someday visit!
Hi everyone!! I was there once and helped set up the place initially… I know you can’t remember me but I am happy that you guys have done quite a good job… Keep up and Bravo!!
Just to tell you all that the kids from MYSA that attended the “Children Festival” in Haugesund, Norway last week – was a sensation,
and loved by everyone here. Through them MYSA
got thousands of new friends. See you all soon.
Kind regards from Helge
Hello! I love what your are doing in the Mathare slum and wish you good luck in the future. It was nice meeting you all at the childrens festival in Haugesund, it really got me thinking of how nice it was in february at our trip with Sund folkehgskole. We hope to come back in february 2001. Say hello to Samuel, George, Francis, Jaqueline, Jeff, Martin, kennedy, bobby and Edwin. Also a wonderfull web – site! And congratulation with the victory in the Moi Golden Cup.
Best regards from Solfrid and Aud Jane.
hey guyz, what a great web site. i am an american visiting you from japan. i live and work in japan and happened upon your site. read your stuf and looked at the pics. totally cool!!! keep up the good work. i think it is a great way to tell the world about YOU. now i know alittle more than i did yesterday. thanx for sharing. yvonne (or “ibon”as i am called in japan)
Vipi raia mbona website ya mysa haina guestbook watu wanataka kujaza lakini hawaoni guestbook kwa hivyo kazi bado
otherwise salamu kutoka kwa hawa ma youth wa mysa wenye wako kwa hii festival barn er bra (watoto ni wazuri) bi asha na rosy nini mbaya…..
All “Friends of MYSA” in Norway are happy today
after we got the message that Mathare United won
the Moi Golden final. CONGRATULATIONS !!!
Another proove that “Only the sky is the limit !” We hope you all had a chance to watch
the game – and took part in the celebrations !!
We wish we had been there !
Manze this is very very cool
YOU PEOPLE HAVE ALL IT TAKES TO BE CHAMPS.
SO KEEP IT HIGH, THE SKY IS THE LIMIT,
SO HIGH HIGH AND HIGHER WE GO.
VIPI WASEE,WE ARE IN THE CHILDREN FESTIVAL AND EVERYTHING IS GOING ON OKEY WE HAVE OPENED YOUR WEBSITE AND EXPECT TO HEAR FROM MANY PEOPLE FROM HERE BYE
MYSASTARS@HOTMAIL.COM KEEP IN TOUCH.SI UONGO. ZAAZAGA
YO! FORMER MATHARE PLAYERS IN ENGLAND, NDOCH, RAI,JULIE,AND MUNGA.
PASS OUR E-MAIL ADDRESS TO ALL MYSA PLAYERS ABROAD. KEEP IT REAL Y’ALL.
hi folks what going on the.What other plans do you have in store?.
love what you guys are doing. i love the site, the design is really good, quite simple, colors are just right, they maintain the mood, i don’t mean to be discriminative but why can’t you have a picture of a little boy and girl who are the same color? i suggest both of african origin, like the boy.
love your work
We got the great news today that Mathare United
senior-team had advanced to the Moi Golden Cup
final – and all the friends of MYSA in Norway are proud and happy. It proves that by hard work
and determination – you can do it ! “There are no problems – only challenges” ! Keep it up, and go and cheer the team in the final on October 10th ! Coming sunday kids from MYSA will
arrive in Norway to attend the “Childrens Festival” – and we will be there to cheer them !
WE APPRECIATE WHAT YOU ARE DOING ON THIS SITE. CONTONUE WITH THE GOOD WORK.
hi Ann and Lilian have been telling me alot of things about you keep up the good job
your website is great keep up the good work and keep in touch.
PLEASE WOULD YOU MIND KEEPING ME INFORMED, I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET TO YOU BUT IT IS NOT WORKING WHAT IS GOING ON?
I am in the same school as Ann we have now looked through your site and Ann has told me about you activities it’s interesting to hear about you work and activities i wish you all luck in your work and iam looking forward to get to know more about you from Ann.
CONGRATULATIONS HESTER,FAITH,FIONA,BRIAN,EMER,REIN,H.KLUIT,INEKEAQUARIUS, AND ALL THOSE WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE OF MAKING THE NAIROBITS A SUCCESS AND NOT FORGETTING THE WHOLE NAIROBITS CREW FOR THERE CONTRIBUTION IN THE WHOLE THING.
ROSY AND BIASHA WHY THE SILENCE IAM TRYING TO GET THROUGH TO YOU AND IT IS NOT WORKING I DONT KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON,CANT WE BE ABLE TO CHAT IN THE NAIROBITS CHAT BOX, I WOULD REALLY LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU GIVE MY REGARDS TO ALL THE NAIROBITS CREW
GUYS WE HAVE MADE IT.
IAM REALLY PROUD TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH NAIROBIT.
WE HAVE COME TOO FAR TO LET ANYTHING STOP US,THE
SITE IS IMPROVING EVERY DAY AND BY THE WAY IAM REALLY PROUD OF ALL OF YOU FROM THE TEACHERS TO ALL MY FELLOW NAIROBITS MEMBERS I HOPE TO BE LINKING UP WITH YOU ONCE IAM THROUGH WITH MY STUDIES KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND I REALLY MISS THE GOOD TIMES WE HAD TOGETHER GOOD LUCK FOLKS
IN EVERYTHING THAT YOU DO AND REMEMBER “NO PROBLEMS ONLY CHALLENGES”
When I founded MYSA with some Mathare youth in 1987 I made a deal: “You do something, I’ll do something; you do nothing, I’ll do nothing.” THAT WAS NAIVE. I then had little idea of the tremendous talents and determination of the Mathare youth to do something … and then something more … and then more again. Ive spent a good part of the last 13 years just trying to keep up my part of that deal. MYSA has been built on your self-help teamwork on and off the playing field. Now youve built together your own website with help from some friends in other countries. CONGRATULATIONS to the MYSA/Nairobits team on yet another remarkable achievement. Bob
CONGRATULATIONS !!! Everyone in Norway is so
proud of you and your achievements. You really
all deserved the prize – and wish you good luck
with your great job in the future !
I will also have a look at the MYSA website today, and hope many all over the world will do
the same -and learn from your experiences !
Keep it up – we love you all !!
“Friends of MYSA – Norway”
To my lil’ homeboys and homegirls,
Brilliant website! …literally! 🙂
Every best wish as your vision becomes reality. All the best in subsequent projects.
Keep representing for us those sides.
I am glad to be in nairobits on this day and this is very great. Let’s get going guyz and we will get there it’s realy great to launch the mysa website
hey everybody today 21st September the nairobits crews first website went online and we are all proud of ourselves
although the site looks a liitle bit weird it is our first and our best.
Tell us what you think
REMEMBER ALL OF US HAVE LESS THAN ONE YEAR TRAINING IN WEBDESIGN
We are really proud to be one of the winners of the ict storie contest.
Hope Nairobits can be an inspiration for many people all over the world!!On behalf of the International Institute of Communication and
Development of the
Netherlands and the infoDev Program of the World Bank, we are very
let you know that your story has been selected by our panel of judges
winner of the ICT Stories Project 2000.As a winner, you are invited to join us in Cairo, Egypt to present your
person during the infoDev symposium which will be held from October 9
Congratulations again and we look forward to hearing from you!
On behalf of the International Institute of Communication and
Development of the
Netherlands and the infoDev Program of the World Bank, we are very
let you know that your story has been selected by our panel of judges
winner of the ICT Stories Project 2000.
As a winner, you are invited to join us in Cairo, Egypt to present your
person during the infoDev symposium which will be held from October 9
Congratulations again and we look forward to hearing from you!
Hey the work is great keep it up, Sky is the limit.
Greetings to all of you from Norway ! All five
students from MYSA are settled in their schools,
and are doing fine – and send their warmest
greetings and good luck to all of you !
A new group arrives from Norway on the 25th Nov., and we hope to see you all then !
Thank God for hitec! I had always heard of nairobits. Now I have seen and known them.May God bless the work you have started. I declare your sponsors blessed now and forever more. I will read you always.
WOW! i am a kenyan living and working in the bay area and i worry a lot that kenya and africa are getting left behind AGAIN as the network economy takes off. but after viewing this site, i am a little less worried, as beautiful programs like this one are planting those digital seeds. thank you and keep up the good work.
I heard about your website on National Public Radio. Hopefully, more children will partake in this program and other computer related programs.
Keep up the good work!
I was browsing the web and came across your web site. It is indeed impressive!
It’s great to see young Kenyans with such a keen involment.all the very best!
Radio Netherlands’ reporter Ilona Eveleens made a report on your project for my programme, “A Good Life”. You can hear it on Tues. Aug.29 or Fri Sept 1, either on shortwave or via real audio on our website: www.rnw.nl
I think you all are doing a wonderful job! Your site has energy, creativity and insight. I hope the report on Radio Netherlands will bring even more attention to your work and that the project will be able to continue.
Just to inform all of you that Bairobits and Shootback-projects was very much in focus during Norway-Cup in Oslo last week. The teams returned safely today from Oslo.
Lots of greetings to all of you from Helge
This is an excellent initiative. Keep on aiming higher!!
Check out a new online community at http://www.fenceware.or.ke
Keep up the good work
Nice site!!! Very good initiative!!
by the way, check our dutch community; www.viernulvier.nl
i love this. really. this is where the internet will get meaning.
This site is really a good idea.
I hope you wil learn a lot from this project and become great computerexperts.
Great Website.I believe the world will be better
I have just been reading your websites and love them all.
Keep up the brilliant work. God bless.
I put a link to Nairobits on our North-Holland Multicultural website: www.noord-holland.nu (see under ‘links’ and then ‘Jongeren’ = Youth in Dutch.greetings and keep going the good job.Mellouki Cadat
Hello from Norway
You are all doing a good job with nairobits. I am really enjoying this page. Keep up the good work.
Hi this is meryem from the computer sisters. Our school year is almost over now. And I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed working on the Nairobits project. Actually I miss Chating whit the children from Kenia. I want to thank all the people who made this project possible. THANKS!!!!!! bye bye
I am very impressed with your work. I never even knew about this project before today when I found you on a search engine. I want to wish you and all the students all the best in the future. WELL DONE!
Hello everybody. I like this site verry well !
GOOD WORK !
Nice work. The www-web is the fastest(maybe the only) way to learn more about people liveing far away. I will enjoy your site more times I think. Much luck and happiness. Kaatsheuvel, Noord-Brabant the Netherlands www.vgool.myweb.nl
Hello, Emer Beamer asked me to add your website to the Multiculturele.pagina.nl. So I did because your site is really great. It adds more colour and dynamic……a lot of succes !
i cant believe if this is really from you guys
keep it up
Hi. I’m very happyv for the great work youy are doing. I’m also doing something of the same sort with Thika streetkids. So far the project has not been that succeful but I need your advice.
Please send back . Bye.
I love this site and basing on fact that its from the poorest people, please lets get time to assist where possible. Thanks.
Great site for visit everyday/in touch with your/my soul.
A freat way to learn about our differences and especially the things we have in common…our wishes for the future!
If you like, drop me a line. I’d love to hear from you!
Peace…Kim Alexandra, The Netherlands
great site works very good and fast. you do better than I. I cannot make a website.
If you need inof on the netherlands let me know!
only I’m 61 years old and retired from the
air traffic control office.
bi bi for now.
You did a great job by making this site..
I realy enjoyed myseelf with surfing @ !!
I’ll tell my friends about it..
Love and Peace
Congratulations for a very pretty web site and a fantastic initiative!! I am glad to see that the web is used towards helping communities in developing countries to fight not only poverty but also the danger of the “digital divide”! Fabulous! I wish you all the best to carry on with this and to encourage other communities to follow this!
I will certainly spread the word about NairoBits!! (by the way, it’s a great name!)
To Bonface !
I have e-mailed to you today, and ask you kindly
to send me a reply. Good luck to everyone in
the project !
this is a really cool web page!
it’s pritty you can learn alll this.
bye good luck.
wow – looks great. the projects is very interesting. looking forward to seeing more.
keep up the good work
I read about your wonderful site in a Dutch paper. I am also an African(Sierra leone) studing in Holland. Your making a site about Africa, is a very big step to African reality. I,m very much impressed about everything: the pictures and your writings. I clicked on two names( Rose and Geoffrey)so that I could send them mails. But unfortunately it didn,t work. Anyway keep it up. I will keep in touch.
In April I was in the museum in Nairobi and I enjoyed visiting the museum and the place where your sites were installed.
Greeting, Fons Gribling
looks good, hii ni mzuri sana, and we are together. let the world know we are there and we,ve got something to offer.
I’m from also african but leaving in Holland. I appreciate the way jou’ve chosen to tell more about de reallity of africa.
I hope you have courage enough to continue en learn other people about this possibillity of communication.
Keep it on
Today NairoBits presents itself at the Conference ‘Afstemmen op Afrika’ of the PvdA in Utrecht. Today visitors of the conference are going to chat with the NairoBits-youth… Hope to show you results later.
I read about this site in an irish newspaper…it’s very exciting. One of you (I don’t know who, sorry!) said this: the internet is like “the world in a box” I think that is both true and wise. It is also beautiful and I am thinking of it as I surf the net. So greetings to Holland and Kenya, love from Ireland.
I heard about this site from Josses, he’s a really great friend, even though we met online! He’s really caring and kind!! This website was fun to share, I have shared it with many people!!! I am glad I got to read and look at this!!! Hope everything goes well!!
United States, Oregon
I read the article about Nairobits in the Irish Times – great website and a good idea. I’m a student in Cork in Ireland. I’m in a student society called the One World Society – we’re interested in issues relating to global social justice and developing countries. Try www.ucc.ie/students/socs/oneworld/main.htm if you’d like to see. I think this is a great project – best of luck,
Well done everybody, delighted to read this good
news story about Kenya in the Irish Times last Sat.
Visited your wonderful country in 1999. Keep up
the good work and spread the skills you have aquired
and enjoy. I would be delighted to have e-mail
from anyone on the project as I love to “chat Africa”
anytime. Finally a special “well done” to Emer and Fiona.Every best wishAnne.
Well, like some of the other guests here I saw an article in the Irish Times and thought it was a brilliant idea. I just had to check it out. I am a student here, in Ireland, studying computing multimedia. I think it is a great thing that was done and wish you all good luck.
Saw your great photo in the Irish Times and decided to visit your site.
It is really fun and interesting!
Well done from Ireland!!!!!!!
Contratulations, such a bright attractive web site. Saw article in SSat. Irish Times. I was a teacher in a Harambe School in Amukura, Western Province and also worked in Catholic Secretariat, Nairobi in 1973/4. Visited Mathare Valley several times, with Fr. Shef Donders and also with Fr. Arnie Grol. Saw some great projects and met warm and friendly people.
Greetings from Ireland where your project was featured in our paper, Irish Times. Well done to all and keep up the great work. That all your hopes may come true.
well done and keep up the good work
Mathare oyee. Please organisers keep it up. You are building the boys for tommorow leadership. And surely, if given the chance, they will make it. We shall be proud of them because of you. Try and get more from the slums and bring up.
Dear Solomon, thanks for your note! if you want to email with they youth click on their names under Kenya on the right. Otherwise send your emailaddress to email@example.com and I will pass it on.
The NairoBits crew
hey people, i’m a second generation – african, living in austria, europe. i have been to kenya in the early times of my life, and i enjoyed it those days.
compliments for your project and your web-site, you did a great job.
all the best for the coming tasks,
i like pokemon, computer-games, sports, drawing and reggae and generally every nice music.
greetings from austria
if you can, pls answer!!!
Really impressing to see all these people working together. And what a wonderfull results!
Go on this way to overcome all daily problems.
I remember a saying from Formula I driver Roger Penske: “EFFORT EQUALS RESULTS” and that’s what you did!
I’m interested in “what next” as a professional photographer.
Great job guys!
I am impressed by the energy your site radiates.
Greetings to Hester and the rest of the team and all the nairobits-kids.
Today we have been reading about the exhibition
and all the hard work (and fun) you all had !
Great pictures on the website. I wish I could
have been there ! Keep it up and good luck !
I can see you are all learning! I,am proud of you men and woman, I love you all. Thank you for the invitation
I’am delighted! These people are cambating the real problems of gheto youth involving the youth and themselfs. Keep it up you’re doing a great job!
It is quite intresting and inportant to know about computers this seems to be a great way to learn. Please spread the knowledge!
EXCELLENT,VERY GOOD SHOW KEEP IT UP
I got the news today that the exhibition was great, and send the best of greetings from all
the friends of MYSA in Norway ! Keep it up !!
The exhibition was exciting and encouraging especially on the side of photo designing of how the learners are more creative.By Identity.
Keep it up NairoBits i enjoyed the Exbition
Best of luck.
Ilike the project you are realy dsoing a nice job keep it up guyz!!!!!!!
Exellent job you are doing.Keep on being the best you can possibly be!!!!!
your work is marvellous continue with the same spirit in promoting the youth from the ghetto the job is wonderful.from De tosh and stella.
To Anthony Kimani: e-mail-address for Harald
Thorshaug (at his office):
firstname.lastname@example.org Greetings from Helge
I will try to get the e-mailaddresses for Thorshaug and Tangvik familys – and send it later.
I have received short stories from Simon and
Mark, and expect to get even more! Thank you all
I was wondering if you could send me the E-mail address for the Thorshug`s.I am missing you alot.ps
Bonface kindly asks if you can send him TORD TANGVIK’S e-mail address.
reply through the guest book.
I SENT THE E-MAIL YOU HAD REQUESTED AS I WAS DIRECTED BY KIMANZI BUT IT SEEMS THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH OUR WEBMAIL SENDER AND RECIEVER.
HOPEFULLY WE WIL SEND TO YOU MORE E-MAILS. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP.
Hi there I hope you are okay. It was nice hearing from you and I assure you everything here is just okay with alot of learning to do. See you soon!
It’s very early in the morning and the first thing Ihave been asked to look is your e mailand Imust say that everything is getting on quite fine.This project is not only teaching us how to use the computer but soner or later we are soon going to start on web design.Ihave to say bye for now since there are some other things I have to do.
It’s very early in the morning and the first thing Ihave been asked to look is your e mailand Imust say that everything is getting on quite fine.This project is not only teaching us how to use the computer but soner or later we are soon going to start on web design.Ihave to say bye for now since there are some other things I have to do.
I spoke to Kimanzi today, and he told me to send
my e-mail address once more: email@example.com
Hope to receive some short stories from all of you and tell me about your experiences with the
Nairobits project. Many people here in Norway
are interested – and would love to hear from you
Good luck and greetings to everyone !
Please note my e-mail-address. I hope to receive some short stories about you experience
with the Nairobits Project as soon as possible,
so that I’m up to date. Greetings and good luck
to all of you from your friends in Norway !
Habari zenu, Nairobits? Kazi yenu ni poa cabisa, congrats! Nimefurahi sana kwa kuona picha nzuri na kusoma hadithi yenu…keep up the great work and hope to see you all soon.
It is a shame how Kenyans at large are deprived of proper education and especially when it comes to Information Technology. I am extremely impressed by your unsurpussed gensture of helping the students and make them realise that they too can be a part of the new found knowledge.
To this end I have received a plethora of calls from different individuals who are interested in your project. Not as contributors, but as students. I know it’s impossible for you to handle any new students – but I bet this is a good indication that your project has been a success. Keep it up guys, I need not tell you what a good job you’ve done – I am sure you know it yourselves!
This is a noble idea and the site is good keep it up and good luck.
The second meeting was fun and it was surprising to see how much already was designed on the island: some dutch teams already added pictures!
The Dutch.com picked partner teams in Nairobits, it was really nice to see how excited they are.
Together they picked some names for the island, like future island. Next DigiFriends the most special name will be picked.
Danae Interactive Education
I am very happy that I am working with very nice friends. bye everyone who is working on this project.
This is a very nice site to make great new friends.
I’m curious what tomorrow, the second day of DigiFriends, Nairobits meets Dutch.Com
will bring us…..
groetjes aan nienke en aan alle klasgenoten
I consider your websight is one big step forward in Brotherhood(Undugu).
I was very pleasantly surprised today to see the Kenyan youth for the first time… great!
Are there also pictures of them? Good luck with creating the island.
We are working hard and the youth learning fast
drawings and photographs are accumulating and we
should have proof online next week
thanks for all your support
This project is absolutely brilliant! Good luck to all of you and all the best with the project – hope your aims and wishes do become reality at this very moment in Nairobi!
Omar likes the site!!!
Great project, excellent website! Good luck with this work! Since MYSA is kind of related to this project I would like to inform how Julius Mwelu and his friend Mohammed are doing. I met them last August in Nairobi. Jasperet@hotmail.com I’m from the Netherlands.
This is one of the best sites that I have found on the Internet for a long time. It is so refreshing to see a project like this. I have decided to add a link from my site to yours.
I wish you all the best with your project. We need more sites like this on the Internet.
Unbelievable, that you came this far with the nairobits project! You”ve done an eccelent job and you should be very proud of yourself. ( I am!)
By the way, this site looks marvellous!
All the best With the project!
Congratulations ! What a great project !
I wish you all the best, and look forward
for my next visit, to see with my own eyes
on how you are doing ! Special greetings
to Simon Matheka from all his friends in
Norway. MYSA is a great organisation !
Best wishes from friends of MYSA in Norway Helge Sovdsnes, Chairman FOM-Norway.
There’s nothing as satisfying as working for a
course as noble as working for the course of others
and qworking unconditionally for the sake of others less fortunate
I am impressed by the kind of thing you do. Keep it up gusys. Hope you succeed in all you do. All the best.
I wish that i would co-operate with you guys.
THANKS for your effort to unit the whole world into a gloal family.
Man!a’m very pleased to be associated with this project,hope to learn from you guys in future.
HI! this project is helping us alot keep it up guy’s.
Hi! guys you are doing a great task to us guys
most probably we girls as we are just four of us
,we need company.
Hi! You are doing a really nice job.
Hi guys this is really great please keep it up.
this is a great project keep it up!
ALL THE BEST IN YOUR TRAINING AND MAKE USE OF IT.
ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR TUTORIALS IN COMPUTERS
I WISH ALL PARTICIPANTS, IN KENYA AND ELSEWHERE A LOT OF SUCCESS AND FUN.
AM MUCH GRATEFUL TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS PROJECT OF NAIROBIT THANKS .
THANK YOU FOR INCLUDING ME IN THIS PROJECT.
Thanks for your contribution to this project.
I am proud to be associated with this project of nairobits
We are online !!
From Nairobi, Kenya It is saturday 29 of January 20.10 and just one day before starting the project. After a hectic week we are based in the school of information technologie in Nairobi.
We are ready to start hope you will be too!
Come and see the project progress.
Hester and the NairoBits crew
I am very proud to be associated, albeit in a very small way, in this great project. I am writing this as the first user of this discussion at the learning centre in Kilimani, Nairobi.
i am really looking forward to seeing the progress of the project and i hope that the sponsors back us up even some more and make NairoBits a success, also to the youth who’ll be participating give it your all and remember there are no limits on the internet, let us use it to do something really positive.
Good luck in creating your part of the world 4 me in the Netherlands, province Noord-Brabant.
Getting on-line here is much cheaper than $3 a minute you stated. Besides of that, we have a local ISP in Nairobi sponsoring the dial-up connection.
how would you realistically do this, if a minute on line costs about $3 in many african country?
Your project-idea seems very innovative, the concept of giving people a way of expressing themselves on worlwide scale is great. Furthermore I like the site, it’s got a nice look and feel. I’m certain that you are able to accomplish your goals.
I did find your site surfing.
Great initiatif. I’m curious to reviset your site later and see how you’re doing.
Jalous about the possibilities you’re making yourselfs!EHope you’ll enjoy it all and allow us to see the fun as well.
way to go there, I’ll check back next week to see how it’s getting on..
I’m from Tilburg.
Just wanted to wish everybody good luck! Keep up the good work!
Hi, I visited your site and just wanted to add this quote I came across:
Telecommunications, as a means of sharing information, is not simply a connection between people, but a link in the chain of the development process itself.” [Hudson 1995]
ik vind dit project helemaal het einde! groetjes Ineke
Hallo I have some experience in this area and the problem is particularly acute for long-distance communication between African countries, where calls are often routed through non-African locations, at significant cost. Also even though people have a phone does not mean they have a direct connection to the telephone central meaning basically that many people share a line. These are infrastructure problems. New technologies are now available that could ubstantially improve Africa’s connectivity, like satellite, cellular and fiber optic cables. These new solutions will not eliminate all problems of course, access is just one part of the story. However, they do provide significant, cost-effective opportunities for the greater integration of Africa into the global communications network.
How often have you felt that you would have loved to make a little extra?
When you want to surprise the woman in your life with presents that you know will light up her day or when you want to show your love to your little princess who loves to run to you for small little chores. Wouldn’t life be great if we could just about manage to make a little more? Not too much but enough to be able to spend and stash away a little in the savings.
The importance of savings:
You have been literally talked to about this when you were young and you have in your subconscious mind a place where you think that yes when I am able to make money I will save a third of it in a saving bank account because life is not predictable always.
But ever since you started working for your own living, you realized that saving and being able to save say even a fifth of the salary is such a utopian concept. You would love to be able to save something but unfortunately, even after you cut corners in most things and have been judiciously spending only on the necessities is the luxuries you realize that there is zilch left out of your package.
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The internet: meeting point or library or….
NairoBits uses internet as a platform for personal expression and cultural exchange. How do you view internet? Do you use internet to meet friends, to find information, or just to surf a bit? And could you do without?
The internet is a great tool:
Even a few years ago, I was not a tech-savvy that I am today. I mean there was not much that I looked up into computers for except maybe a couple of spellings or the pronunciation of a new English word that I had heard and wanted to be able to use it in my conversation.
English was a new language when I joined college and I thought the easiest way to start knowing a culture is to know their language first. And I remember my mother telling me this oftentimes in my childhood, that the sweetest thing to somebody’s ears is their own mother tongue.
I was a college sophomore and I wanted to be able to work on the side so that I could afford my own education. Student loan had to be paid and there was not much I could expect from back home.
I looked up at the internet for searching jobs:
Jobs galore but all of them required that I spend at least five to six hours at their place and I was hoping to work really hard at college to be able to get outstanding grades. The criteria for getting into the master’s program for my field required that I have the highest aggregate along with good experience in the field. With being away at work for six hours, that looked a remote thing.
Then I hit upon software called Fintech Limited which is a trading platform for binary options. I realized that I could start a trading account with them for as little as $250 and I would be done.
Since I did not know too much about trading I was hesitant. But soon I read everything about it and traded for a couple of weeks on their demo account to become a pro at it.
Life is cool!
I learned the ropes of trading too quickly. Today, I make at least $100 each day as profit alone and it leaves me with a lot of time to comprehensively revise my everyday lessons. Thank god for online trading!
Internet friends(4x) Last posting was sent Apr 2000
Different continents, similar thoughts?
The youth involved in NairoBits are from Kenya, the Netherlands or Ireland. There are lots of differences between these countries, but lots of similarities as well. Where are you from? What’s specific for your country and what do you think you have in common with youth from the countries involved?
2 – The magic word
* A story by MYSA-member Mark about the computer
3 – The ABC of NairoBits
4 – What’s happening next!
1 – You are all invited…
I was paranoid when I deposited the money in my trading account. I felt like I had made a terrible mistake. The last time around, I had lost the entire amount and apparently, my parents thought that I had still not learned my lesson. But I tried looking up the trading program on all the review sites and all of the people who had used it gave a positive review and that really emboldened me. I was pleasantly surprised when I clocked in profit that helped me recover fifty percent of my investment in less than two days. Now I was quite assured. People, if you are from those you enquired yesterday on the blog “HBSwiss-is it a scam? I am categorically telling you today out of the experience, NO! It is not!! It is a legit trading system.
After two months of typing, clicking, drawing, painting and
surfing, the moment is finally there: From the 30th of
March until the 5th of April, Antony, Idris, Simon, John,
Ann, Joseph, George, Moses, Campos, Rose, Stephen, Wilsen,
John, Biasha, Bonface, Karani, Mark, Otieno and Geoffrey
will present their work in the National Museum in Nairobi!!
This special edition of NairoBitsNews is dedicated to this
exhibition and the work of the youths in particular.
Last week, Hester, Emer and Fiona gave the last regular
lessons to the MYSA youths. Now, everybody is preparing for
the exhibition, which will include web pages, animations,
drawings, paintings and other creative expressions of the
youths. Photographs are exhibited, including photos made by
the youths as an assignment as well as photos of the slums
they live in and photos made during the lessons and
excursions. Background information about computer
technology will also be provided. The NairoBits website can
of course be viewed.
On the 30th of March at 18:00 PM local time, the exhibition
will be opened. There will be speeches from the Dutch
Ambassador, MYSA director Samuel Karanja and the NairoBits
crew. Emer, Hester, Fiona and the youths will of course be
present and they hope you will come, too!! The opening is
open to everybody interested. If you’re not in Nairobi, you
can see pictures of the opening on the website.
Your invitation to the opening of the exhibition:
Pictures of the opening (from the 30th of March):
The magic word, computer. Click, the magic world. So
precize and clear. Click and there you are. When I first
heard about computers I thought that they were one of those
things that you had to be an “A” class to understand. I
would walk in town and admire people sitting in sleek suit
behind the computer. Thanks to God, other MYSA comrades and
I have been given a change to study and explore the
Ever since we started this project we have aquired many
computer skills. To open or start the computer and to type
text on a file in microsoft Word was my first programme to
do. I must admit that it was interesting and exiting to get
to touch the keyboard and use the computer the first time.
Not to mention the fact that it could be possible for
people all over the world to acces or read these things I
was writting. Paricuallarly exiting is it to work with our
dutch exchange partners.
We learned how to make images and alter the colourby using
the colorswatches, save them on the desktop or any other
suitable place. It is so nice because I get to choose any
colour I want or anything I want to draw and in that way,
expand my creative horizons. More interesting still is the
dreamweaver programme. This is because here I learnt how to
join the text on my word file to the image on my photoshop
file. This programm is very interesting. More so because
you are given the possibility to to make alteration or
changes to your work in that you can do another colour on
the background of your work simply by going to the window
on the toolbar and clicking on page properties and changing
the background colour there. You can also change the font
of your text by making it bold etc. Using the wide range of
possibilities you can make many changes on your image and
text before putting it on the web.
Come to netscape, and this is the most interesting of all,
because here you can share your work with the people around
the world. Using search enginer appropriately has also made
it possible for me to access information on the internet
with considerable ease. I also have learnt how to e-mail
and that is very interesting. There are so many
possibilities I have learnt and am yet to learn, so I guess
that’s what computer is all about, possibilities.
Nairobi, 8 March 2000
More stories of the youths can be found on:
Especially for the exhibition in the National Museum, the
youths designed the ABC of NairoBits, consisting of words
related to art or computers. Please find a foretaste of
this ABC below!
D of Design by Kennedy
Design: are techniques that one use so that can comeup with
an adorable product. It consist of different shapes, lines
E of E-mail by Joseph
E-mail: is like an electronic mail, is a facility for
sending letters, messages and receiving mail through the
computer from any part of the world which has a computer.
F of Floppy by George
Floppy: this is a plastic disk or disket which can be used
to save or store information or programmes from the
computer and it is portable but delicate as it can be
destroyed by falling, by splashing water on it or always
keeping on touching the metallic part.
V of Visual by Mark
Visual: Everything visible is visual (things you can see).
Art is visual. In photoshop you can make visual art using
colour and the various tools provided.
More letters can be found in the National Museum in Nairobi
from the 30th of March!
In every newsletter, we will pay attention to upcoming
events, which can be visited physically or followed online
via the website.
* 29 March 2000: Festive closing of the Dutch part of
The Dutch participants in the exchange program
DigiFriends will give a presentation of their activities
in the CREA theatre in Amsterdam at 13:00 PM local time.
Photos will be exhibited which were made during the
exchange lessons at the Comenius College in Amsterdam.
Pictures of this event can be found from 29 March on
* 30 March 2000: Opening NairoBits exhibition
Everybody is welcome to the opening of the NairoBits
exhibition in the National Museum in Nairobi at 18:00 PM.
More details can be found in this newsletter and on the
C O L O F O N
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Hans Berger along with his childhood friend is sick of doing their job and earn a small lump of money which are not enough for their daily life then they together found that trading is the best to stream and to make it easier they found an automated robot with advanced technology. As his friend has experience in quantum technology and software designing and development with some unique features like risk control, limit for no trades to be performed per day and can have the option of reverse trading if the user does not trust the system completely. The software has a feature of high-speed calculation and it takes less time execution of the trade. Quantum computing technology used will provide unmatched speed when compared to other robots in the market.
Steps to join HB Swiss:
The first step to join HB Swiss is visiting their website and looks for the sign-up button and click on it. Then the user should be providing some basic details like name, e-mail address and telephone number which are used for the process of verification. Once the verification is done then the user will get an external link to the user mailbox. Once the user opens the link he will be redirected to fund depositing page in which trader needs to deposit minimum amount of $250 which is used for investment purpose and it can be withdrawn at any point of time by providing identification proof. Later user will be redirected to broker’s page, the trader can choose one among the available authentic brokers and the later process will be completed by the broker.
This sophisticated HB Swiss software will give accurate predictions and profits about 87% and they are transparent on their site so that they can attract more and more potential traders. By using autopilot mode trader can generate a maximum amount of $5000 per day which is a big thing for a common man. Being common man is not easy when comes to expenditure by visiting this site he can clear all his doubts and can finally get the answer hereabout which he was not sure. For more and clear information visit the official website of HB Swiss.
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