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At 11:24am on August 4, 2008, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
Sima Community Based Organization is a Christian, Non-Profit organization based in Kenya , working to reduce and/or eradicate human suffering by responding to physical, spiritual and emotional needs of people.
At Sima CBO we understand that the future of Kenya is in the children that we serve. With the support of volunteers around the world we are able to serve the widows and orphans in our community to varying degrees. We help with school supplies, basic needs and have even had the opportunity to help build a home for a desperate widow and her orphaned grandchildren. We do this because we know that these are God's most precious amongst us.
Through this program we endeavour to reach out to people of all age groups with the gospel and Community at large. We in Sima CBO feel that all problems faced by human kind, need to deal with the spiritual needs then the physical needs will be easily dealt with. Given the example of the Clashes, HIV/AIDS scourge which has and it still is killing many people regardless of their age and status. To successfully realize the goals and objectives of this program, we endeavour to work in partnership/collaboration with other churches and Christian organizations both at local and international level. AIDS is the leading killer disease in the country, which has claimed lives of both men and women of ages mainly between 14-40 years. Yet as shocking as these deaths are, the impact of HIV/AIDS does not end with them. Because those dying from AIDS are mainly people in the prime of their lives who are often parents, a less well-known and calamitous effect of AIDS is the vast numbers of children orphaned by the disease.

Sima's carries out intervention activities with a Community/ Christian approach with love and compassion towards those families, which have been affected and infected by HIV/AIDS epidemic and other issues causing human suffering.
Through the community development and empowerment we mainly target to work with the existing Community Based Groups since they are based at the grassroots and they can easily identify most of their pressing problems in their communities and are able to come up with possible solutions to address them.

Realizing the importance and role to empower women, youths, and men, in order to get income and skills to alleviate poverty.
At 1:52pm on August 5, 2008, YVONNE said…
Thank You, Johnstone, for this kind invitation. I will offer what ever I can to the group.

Praise!
At 11:57am on August 11, 2008, oliver said…
can you assist in geting funders to help the sengwer comminity i have donated 4 hecters land for traing camp
At 12:36am on October 9, 2008, Paula said…
God bless you!
At 9:12am on October 10, 2008, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
Two day we had meeting of Peace and conciliation conflict in Alakara Hotel. First day was Trans Nzoia west but second day was Trans Nzoia east district. It is very good comments and ideas but how we can come up with a solution to finishing crisis in boundaries to Trans-Nzoia district. Those people who are leaving in boundaries in Trans-Nzoia most them they are lost their life. Innocent people lost their life without any protection. On Thursday this week in Cherangeny attackers killed a student who was protected their cattle for stealing.
There are some issues or my opinion asking myself about Peace in North Rift and Mt.Elgon for about security.
- Leaders will never bring Peace in their areas due to not reach to the common man (mwananchi).
- I will Peace come and if not settle internal displacement People’s (IDPs) who are still in camps.
- Settle unemployment for the youths.
- Fighting Poverty.
For my appeal comment to Peace in Kenya and ipeace network we need to create an office to equipped resource to advocacy for the Peace in the areas where conflict is that is a solution where we shall meet directly people without organizing seminars, meetings in big hotels, use only leaders, and other things.
Let us bring resources down to the people to utilize it in proper way. Trans – Nzoia district as cosmopolitan district need apply literature to use in order people to work together.
Let us join together and get a solution to protect our people.
Thanks.
Johnstone
At 9:23am on October 10, 2008, Tom Merilahti said…


Dear Johnstone,

As a very first thing, I have to thank Daniela for inviting me to join your network!

I wish you warmly welcome to utilize the SICU forum, blog, the 36 special groups, and the versatile Web 2.0 features (photos, slide-shows, videos, music...), of this platform to promote SIMA, your way of thinking, know-how and activities, and naturally to connect and interact with the other 672 members and global partners of SICU SSGN.

Welcome to join and contribute in especialy the SICU SYMPHONY FOR OUR FUTURE group, and in any of the other special group within the field of your interests.

I would be very happy if you could invite even other social entrepreneurs and experts representing divergent professional disciplines and cultures to join SICU SSGN. The invitation link is as follows: http://sicusynergynetwork.ning.com/profiles?xgk=0d1139da3b

Welcome on Board!

TOM
At 7:16pm on October 12, 2008, MWANJA KENNETH said…
Hullo Pastor Johnstone, I greet you in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour.
Brother, I have sent you this message asking you to give me permission to extend Sima to Uganda, that is, to open up a Sima branch in Uganda, because the work that Sima- Kenya is doing is the same work needed to be done in Uganga.
I have come across many orphans who have failed to go to school because they do not have money for school fees.
In relation to the above, I am kindly requesting you to avail to me some sponsorships, if they are availabe, so that we can help some of the disadvantaged children these ends.
Thank you.
Hoping to hear from you soon
MAY THE LOVE OF GOD BE WITH YOU AND MAY OUR PRAYERS KEEP US IN UNITY.
GOD BLESS YOU.

MWANJA KENNETH.
Mobile telephone; +256 775 322 672.
E-mail address; jfkennethmwanja@gmail.com
At 2:51pm on October 13, 2008, MWANJA KENNETH said…
Hullo Pastor Sikulu, thank you for your reply to my message.
I also want to help the orphans that are these ends in Uganda, but I am also faced with the same constraits that you are faced with. But let us struggle, we shall make it, that is, getting sponsors who will help us in caring for these orphans.
Thank you.
Keep in touch on new developments.
At 3:21pm on October 13, 2008, Cristina said…
Thank's for invite me to be your friend! Love and peace dear Pastor Sikulu!
At 3:23pm on October 13, 2008, Cristina said…
This garden is for you!

At 7:19pm on October 13, 2008, Sinan said…


Thank you Johnstone for the add.
Have a nice day.
Sinan
At 12:06am on October 14, 2008, Raphael Louis said…
Dar Sikulu Wanjala,
Thank you for your message; please send me an email address; and what I will do is to see if I still have the Book on Disk; if I find it; I will be very glad to send you a sample.
Thank you for your continued support.
Blessing and Love
Raphael
At 5:07pm on November 5, 2008, Nicholas Navin Truske said…
Dear Johnstone,
Thank you for your concern about me and my family. Life is busily full of challenges and opportunities for us all here. Family care and preparing for winter now keep me focused.
I am glad that you are fine and busy and able to serve the community.
The last correspondence that I know of is to you from Dr. Cobb on 23 August 08 asking for more information: “ I have thought a lot about how my design will need to be modified for Kenya; but I need to know a lot about the social conditions and climate in the villages that you select, before suggesting tentative designs for your approval.”

I have no record of what has happened since then.
I will also forward this letter to Dr. Cobb.
I am hoping you both have been in contact with each other.
Kind regards,
Nicholas Truske
At 10:53am on November 7, 2008, YVONNE said…

Yes, Johnstone, God Bless them and give the people of Congo the strength they need to survive until help arrives!!
At 2:03pm on November 10, 2008, Hans Mertens said…
Dear Johnstone,

I totally agree with you on this issue about Congo.

It's certainly a message for the members of Ipeace.
Will you contact Ipeace about this matter, or shall I contact them?

Wishing you lots of strength and peace from Holland,

Hans
At 2:32pm on November 11, 2008, Hans Mertens said…
Hello Johnstone,

Thank you for your message.
I will post it on "Peace for Kenia"on Ipeace.

Take care and best regards from Holland,

Hans Mertens
At 2:39pm on November 11, 2008, Hans Mertens said…
Hello mr. Johnstone,

I added "Let's Join hands and fight violence"as a new discussion on Ipeace.

Best regards and peace from Holland,

Hans Mertens
At 6:22pm on November 18, 2008, Nazneen said…
Thank you Johnstone for the invite. Let us work together. I always lend helping hand to people from Africa/Sudan who are living in Dubai and around. Currently I am helping maids by treating illnesses and advising them to maintain basic hygiene.
At 10:24am on November 25, 2008, Brother said…
I didn't see that message while I was online Johnstone - sorry I missed it. My prayers are with your children and with you and all in your country.
What is it that you wish to talk about?
At 10:27am on November 25, 2008, Brother said…
What are your kids suffering from? What is their problem?

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