In short, the path and the aid provided for the Beneficiaries of the “Sololo Project”
The potential beneficiary, which considers that it has the characteristics of eligibility for projects, submits its request on a specific format.
The request must be accompanied by the approval clearance by the local government authority (the mayor of the village of residence)
The request is evaluated by the Management Committee (advisory body whose members are representatives of the whole community, including government) that if it considers it congruous, sends it to the MT (deliberative body)
The MT deliberates the admission by secret majority of its 3 members.
The beneficiary, according to the quality of his needs, is admitted in one of the following Projects:
Social Assistance Project
Project Drugs for chronic diseases
The beneficiary is admitted to the Progetto-Sololo with his whole family.
The family receives:
-Kenya’s national health insurance for all members so that they get free health care offered by the hospital and government dispensaries;
-every six months the visit of the social worker who assesses the general conditions and needs of the moment, indicating any necessary additions and / or replacements to be made;
-food; distributed monthly in fixed quotas and supplemented as required by vouchers at the shops in the city of Sololo;
-on the occasion of the first visit the “Kit-casa” is given, or its integration, which is composed, qualitatively and quantitatively, in relation to the number of the family members and consists of:
a metal case containing: traditional cooker for cooking, large and medium pots, mixes, spoons, plates, cups, large and medium tray;
1 gerica of 100 / liters and 2 of 20 / liters;
mosquito nets, mattresses, blankets, tablets for potabilizing water;
when necessary, and if possible, also receives:
a “solar kit” for lighting by means of two light bulbs;
a new home and / or its renovation;
The minor receives:
-the “minor kit” that is composed of: two pairs of clothes; a pair of shoes; a school uniform;
-the necessary school supplies;
-a special prize, if at the end of the quarter it is among the first 5 students in its class;
-a health check every six months;
-the first health visit includes:
checking the state of vaccinations,
HIV infection test,
health check with nutritional status evaluation,
verify the presence or absence of chronic diseases.
The minor, if without family protection,
he is welcomed in the Abbitu Village through custody according to the law approved by the juvenile court. Assistance is carried out in compliance with national legislation regarding minors and constant collaboration with the government official for the protection of minors.
The Obbitu Village guarantees to the minor resident all the necessary assistance for its growth and training: accommodation, food, clothing, health, school. He is taken care of by tutors in the figures of: a mother, an aunt and a father of the village daily dedicated to him.
Social assistance project
It is mainly aimed at elderly, lonely and destitute people; but it is open to anyone. It responds to personal needs that vary from one-off interventions (purchase of doors, windows, medical prostheses, …) up to a constant monthly food support.
The beneficiary, according to individual needs, benefits from:
of a scholarship, inclusive of scholastic fees and poket many, which accompanies him, if deserving, until the end of the chosen training path; including the degree course.
of residence in boarding school at the chosen school.
Dedicated to minors who, after completing the compulsory schooling, are not interested in continuing their studies. The project, still in its infancy, aims to offer the young the possibility of a more suitable work placement. The Project-Sololo offers the possibility of a vocational in traditional pastoralism, agriculture, mechanics, maintenances, computers, hotel reception.
Project Drugs for chronic diseases
Aimed to ensure continuity of treatment to people with chronic diseases that would have serious consequences if they were obliged to discontinue treatments. This can sometimes happen due to the lack of supplies to local dispensaries. It also provides to find drugs not in the national health service.