On 17th June 2023, CCP held high scholars' meeting for the guardians at Maranatha Faith Assemblies where 51 guardians attended out of the expected 78. The meeting dubbed "The Change We Need" aimed at checking on the guardians' progress after the previous one where they came up with ideas for performance improvement. It commenced at 8:30 am with a word of prayer from CCP's Sponsorship and Medical Coordinator Mable Umali. A sermonette was shared on "How to Make It In Life" from 2 Kings 7:3-8 by CCP's Spiritual Coordinator, Patrick Modi who encouraged the guardians to have faith and wisdom during tough times. CCP's Education Coordinator Benson Kaduki kicked off by recapping the previous meeting and inviting guardians to share their experiences after embracing the idea of tuition during school breaks. One of the things that really stood out throughout was the guardians' feedback in relation to students' behavior during the break. Most of them reported a positive impact on the students' lives which really shocked the guardians. From their positive reaction, Mr. Benson proposed a better way that can be used to serve the students in terms of hiring a few high school teachers and providing lunch for the students hence extending tuition hours. Mable Umali appreciated guardians who have been visiting students at school together with those that have been complying with CCP's Memorandum of Understanding hence efficiency in serving them. She reminded them of the upcoming medical camp that will be held on the 29th of July 2023. Stella Mwangi, CCP's Managing Director started on a humbling note by reading a 'Thankyou' note from a child who appreciated her for the daily meal that they are being given at the academy. She further went ahead and supported the idea of hiring high school teachers and lunch for the students during tuition at a subsidized fee. She also encouraged guardians who are struggling financially to start up a business that will at least cushion them during these challenging times. The meeting ended at 12:00 pm with a prayer and a vote of thanks from one of the social workers Geoffrey Nyachio.
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