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Get To Know Us

 

Cindi’s Hope

email: cindi.lynns.hope@gmail.com

Website:  www.cindis-hope.org

Directors:  Cindi Murphy Mendoza, USA Director,   Mary Anyango, Kenyan Director

 

Ranking

Below is a quick snapshot of the student’s academic progress.  The first year of Cindi’s Hope Academy had its own facility, we began tracking student academic progress. Cindi’s Hope students outperformed Kenyan public school after the first year of the Direct Instruction curriculum implementation. Direct Instruction is a model for teaching that emphasizes well-developed and carefully planned lessons designed around small learning increments and clearly defined and prescribed teaching tasks. It is based on the theory that clear instruction eliminating misinterpretations can greatly improve and accelerate learning. (https://www.nifdi.org)  Cindi's Hope has received support from the Engelmann Foundation to ensure that all students succeed. (https://www.engelmannfoundation.org)   Please keep in mind, all Cindi’s Hope students fall within the following categories: abused, abandoned, neglected, orphaned and/or non-native English speakers.

2011 – 2015 Students Meeting Benchmark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sustainability Initiatives

Our third location is in Eastern province, in the village of Mananja, Machakos County. Cindi’s Hope owns 22 acres and desires to build a school and rescue center on the property. Currently, on this farm, Cindi’s Hope initiated various projects to generate income and financially support the organization in its daily operations. These sustainability initiatives also created opportunities for the employment of community members in Mananja in areas such as:

  • Green House Vegetables

  • Fish Farming

  • Chicken – (Kienyeji)

  • Rabbits

2015 – First Fruits of Harvest 

After learning the Kenyan primary-school education curriculum at Cindi’s Hope Academy, 18 children sat for their exams between 2015 – 2017 to attend high school. The student's secured positions in high schools from various parts of Kenya.

 

Today and Beyond

Today, Cindi’s Hope provides a quality Christian education, nutritious meals, love, and encouragement to nearly 300 children in 2 different centers in Kenya and our Primary School in Rwanda. Cindi’s Hope is active and growing in many different communities. Children, families, and entire communities are being transformed through continuing education and Christ’s love. 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

While the children are first rescued from their situations by the Kenyan government, they do not offer assistance or resources to Cindi’s Hope.  Free education is offered at the Cindi's Hope Primary schools.  Therefore funding must come from outside sources.  Help us provide much-needed food, clothing, and infrastructure for our Cindi's Hope Academy's.  We have set up several opportunities that make it easy for you to give. 

 

 

PROCESS OF ADMITTING A CHILD TO Cindi's Hope KENYA