Francis Kupa and his passion for Music

Francis Kupa is one of the teachers in our school. Here, he teaches Religion and his passion is to sing gospel music.

Please check a small video in the YouTube. We hope you enjoy.



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    P.O BOX, 25086-00100,
    0725-420 451.

    Dear Sir/ Madam,
    I wish to apply for the above named position in your Ministry. Currently am working at Missions of Hope International as a social worker in Mathare Slums Nairobi. I have been working at the National Child helpline Kenya 116 as a Tele counselor from August 2011 to January 2013.I have worked with the Street children at RAHA Kids Rehabilitation Centre from Feb 2010 to May 2011 as a House parent and as a social Worker in Nairobi. I have worked with GOAL Kenya an International Humanitarian Organization targeting the vulnerable youth and children in the slums of Nairobi at children Rescue Center as a Social Worker – Volunteer from August 2007- January 2009. I was working for the vulnerable traumatized youth and children who might have undergone difficult circumstances in their lives.
    I have also worked with Western Region Christian Community Services in Mumias(ACK-WRCCS) and I do believe that the experience I have gathered from these institutions has enhanced my experience with issues related to children their well fare and the manning, supervising , coordinating of any duty and group discussion on behavior change. I have also worked with NyumbaniChildrens Home as a house father. Worked for the HIV and Aids children and youth in Nairobi.
    Personally, I have a Diploma in Community Development at Daystar University and am in my final semester in Degree program still at Daystar University. Besides that, I am a Computer literate. I am child and community centered, team player, flexible, creative, patient and tolerant committed to abide by your Organizational structure of chain of command, Policy and vision.
    Given the opportunity, I would work diligently to help the project achieve its goals in the society. Thank you in advance and looking forward to your kind consideration on the above Post. Attached is my cv for your perusal.
    Yours Faithfully,
    Alexander Malala.

    Name: Alexander LibendiMalala
    Date of Birth: 18th May 1983
    Gender: Male
    Marital Status: Single
    Religion: Christian
    Languages: English, Kiswahili, Luhya
    Nationality: Kenyan
    National I.D No: 24740765
    Address: 25086-00100, Nairobi (Kenya)
    Contact: 0725-420451
    E-Mail: alexlibendi@yahoo.Com

    • To support and empower vulnerable children in the society in relation to HIV/AIDS
    • To have a society that is well fed, healthy, dignified and informed

    2011-Date Daystar University
    Community Development Major

    Diploma in Community Development

    • Community development
    • Social work and welfare
    • Community health
    • Project planning and management
    • Guidance and counseling
    Nov 2005- April 2006: Certificate in Computer Studies
    2002-2004: St. Peters Mumias Boys High School
    1990-1998: EmakhwalePriimary School
    1998-1999: Essaba Primary School

    March 2013 to Date: Missions of Hope International
    Position: Social Worker
    Home visits
    Working with children in slum areas
    Community mobilization
    Recruitment of children
    Counseling children and the parents
    Report writing

    Aug 2011 January 2013: Child Help Line Kenya
    Position: Tele Counselor
    • Counseling children at youth through the online (telephone)
    • Assist in file documentation
    • Protecting the rights of children in Kenya
    • Helping the child in psycho social support

    Feb 2010 To April 2011: Raha Kids Rehabilitation Centre
    Position: Social worker/ House parent
    • Caring for the street children in the house.
    • Offering guidance and counseling to the street kids. Facilitate the behaviour change at Rescue Centre.
    • Help in the social work department.
    • Home visits and reintegration of these children
    • Offer spiritual growth
    • Support in the implementation of activities at the Centre

    Sept 2009- Dec 2009: Nyumbani Children’s Home
    Position: House Parent
    • Care for children / youth in the cottages, the children and youth living with HIV/AIDS
    • Provide parental / support and attention to children
    • Supervise all the duties in the cottage
    • Facilitate their school homework and school progress
    • Monitor medicine taking and progress
    • Foster good discipline and spiritual growth of the children
    • Provide counseling process
    • Foster creativity

    Aug 2007 – Jan 2009: GOAL KENYA (Rescue Centre)
    (1) Social Worker
    • Updating children data base and case history
    • Conducting home visits, follow ups and re-integration of beneficiaries
    • Institutional placement of children
    • Attending court cases for the children rescuing children from hush environment
    • Taking care of the children as well as counseling them
    • Taking children to hospital
    • Conduct need assessment and open a file
    • Update and maintenance of case management record with accurate data
    • Complete monthly reports of activities
    • Support in day social work task
    • Facilitate community meeting

    (i) House Parent
    • Conduct scheduled activities for children I the evening
    • Monitoring night progress
    • Provide first aid and emergency at night
    • Co-ordinate and assist in the cooking and cleaning at the centre
    • Admit and support any rescue case at night and ensure stipulated admission procedures are adhered to
    • Issuing of prescribed medicine to children
    • Support the implementation of other planned activities
    • Writing of the monthly report

    Feb 2007- Jan 2007: ACK Western Region Christian Community Services(ACK-WRCCS)
    Position: Community Development Facilitator
    • Support local health services
    • Poverty reduction by promoting micro-enterprise e.g table banking, fish farming, bee keeping and vocational training
    • Promotion of suitable environment through conservation of forests rivers and Promotion of safe drinking water
    • Educating on HIV / AIDS to the community and promote behavior change
    • Community institutional capacity building
    • Empowering people with disability to lobby and advocate for their own rights
    • Advocating for economic empowering and training learning and action (PLA)

    2006-2007 JAN: Kappa Oil Refinery Ltd, Nairobi
    Position: Casual Worker

    • Handball
    • Football
    • Volleyball
    • Guiding and counseling individuals
    • Reading motivational literature
    • Watching documentaries and educative movies and socialization
    • Possesses a valid driving license class BCE at Budget driving school
    • Possesses a certificate of Good conduct from CID Headquarters
    1. David Odongo
    Call Center Manager
    Childline Kenya
    P.O Box 1003-00100
    Tel: 0726080325

    2 Dr. Stephen Githumbi
    Lecturer at Daystar University
    Tel: 0729066631

    3. Bishop Gregory Nalianya
    Lecturer at Daystar University
    Tel: 0722806878

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