Our Programs

Our Programs

“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty”. Mother Teresa

Program Approach & Overview

Our program activities will be guided by the 17 United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development framework  . To learn more about the UN SDGs agenda click here:

1. Building Capacity for Health and Social Well being

Access to water and clean sanitation is a basic necessity for life. Lovebound is committed to closing the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Gaps by engaging the community in the construction of safe water sources, promoting education and awareness on hygiene matters

2. Building Capacity for Education and Learning

Investing in the health and wellbeing of children is a necessary investment for the future. Lovebound seeks to provide basic physiological needs, safety and security, and a sense of belonging that can allow children to dream big, enhance self-esteem, and ensure self-actualization and self-transcendence.

3. Gender Equality

Our goal here is to empower all women and girls around the world. Advancing gender equality is crucial to promoting health, education and wellbeing of both girls and boys. In partnership with Operation Bras, Pads and Panties (BPP) a grassroots initiative Lovebound is committed to enhancing the dignity and intrinsic worth of the girls we serve by providing sustainable menstrual hygiene kits. Click here to get involved and learn more about Operation BPP Donate to BPP Initiative now

4. Clean Water and Sanitation

Access to water and clean sanitation is a basic necessity for life. Lovebound is committed to closing the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Gaps by engaging the community in the construction of safe water sources, promoting education and awareness on hygiene matters

5. Building Capacity for Sustainable Economic Development and Empowerment

We will support communities in the development of income generating development activities aimed at ensuring long term sustainability of program activities

6. Strengthening Collaboration for Effective and Efficient Partnerships

Community Engagement is at the core of all our initiatives. We recognize that the success of our projects depend on strong working relationships with key community stakeholders. Using a grass roots approach, we will advance our goals through mobilizing the community to be partners in the design, development and implementation of all our projects. Ultimately, we strive to encourage self-reliance that can ensure long term prosperity in communities.

Phase One Projects
Siala Primary School

Assessment and Problem Identification

Siala Primary school is located in rural South Western Kenya in Migori County, Rongo Sub-County, Kabuoro Sub-Location. The school currently employs 19 teachers and administrative personnel for a total student population of 400. It is estimated that 50% of Migori County’s population includes children below 15 years of age. The Migori County Integrated Development Plan 2013-2017 outlines four target areas on the county agenda geared towards: Socioeconomic empowerment, infrastructural development, affirmative action, and environmental management. Specifically, the agenda spells out the need for food security, education and training, recreational facilities and medical care for this population. These target goals are also aligned with the global United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

A comprehensive needs assessment was conducted in Kabuoro Sub-Location in Rongo Sub-County between December 2015 and August 2016. A thorough review of documents, dialogue and interactions with key community stakeholders and field assessments revealed priority issues for development in Rongo sub-county. Under the leadership of the area Chief, key stakeholders resolved to donate several acres of land for development

Siala Primary School was identified as a top priority area for intervention due to the following challenges:
Poor sanitation and lack of access to clean water and toilet facilities
• Unsafe learning environment as evidenced by lack of a gate, no fencing perimeter and open and easy access to school grounds by the public
• Lack of alternative sources of energy and power supply
• Deplorable learning environment and conditions for Early Childhood Development (ECD) classes
• Overcrowding in classrooms. Limited space for upper level classes with a teacher to student ratio of 1:50
• Lack of administrative building and facilities for staff
• Lack of adequate health facilities to cater for school age children

• Safe water source borehole construction
• Latrine/Toilet Blocks construction
• Fencing perimeter and gate installation
• Develop electricity and alternative power source infrastructure
• Early Childhood Development (ECD) building construction
• Upper classroom building construction
• Administrative Building construction
• Construction of Library & Learning Resource Center
• Equipping facilities with furniture, fixtures, teaching aids, books and supplies

Early Childhood Development (ECD) classes

Promote learning, training and development

Community Engagement & Mobilization

Building Capacity for Education and Learning

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