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Mission Statement

New Dawn Educational Center exists to partner with God and Parents to provide a quality education and training of their children from a Biblical point of view.

 

Vision Statement

Reflect Jesus Christ in all areas of life.

 

Our Core Values

FAITH, HUMILITY, LOVE, EXCELLENCE

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Parents, being the main molders of their children’s character and attitudes to life, spend little time with their kids due to work pressure. This coupled with the fact that most adolescents find it awkward to talk about matters of sexuality leaves their children without such knowledge from their parents. During puberty most adolescents are not sexually active so it can be safely assumed they have not been infected with the HIV/AIDS virus. This stage of their maturity finds them extremely curious about their sexuality and demand answers to questions they are asking. Friends influence each other hence the power of peer pressure. The information obtained from friends is incomplete and would influence a child’s future.

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Random Quotes

"Be faithful to that which exists within yourself."
Andre Gide

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+254 721 711 384

Goal

New Dawn hopes to stem the tide of HIV/AIDS infections by positively influencing children (ages 5-8), pre-teens (ages 9 – 12) and teens (ages 13 -18) with knowledge and attitude towards sexuality. Since majority of infections are through sexual involvement, a Godly and responsible sexual orientation will mean abstinence before marriage and faithfulness in marriage. This will guarantee an infection-free society unless through the non-sexual ones.

Our Partners

We would not be where we are without our partners, thus we must recognize them whenever we tell our story.