Kindergarten literally means "garden for the children” and is by definition a preschool educational approach traditionally based on playing, singing, practical activities such as drawing, and social interaction as part of the transition from home to school.
Under the supervision of father Peter, the Kenyan manager of the project, Palma has recently seen the opening of the first kindergarten.
Sharing Hope Palma is currently offering free international education -Portuguese, English and Swahili- to 60 children from 3 to 7 years old.
Sharing Hope has schools operating in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique -Maputo and now Palma- it is a Kenyan Christian NGO focused on the education of the youngest population in some of the poorest areas in Africa.
Palma Residences, through its restaurant Bagamoyo, has been involved with the project in order to support the needs of the school.
We are currently trying to find the best way to provide water supply to the school, which is located 2 km from our Palma Business Park on the road to Pundanhar.