Dagoretti, St. Daniel Comboni rd, off Ngong rd, Behind Shalom Hse |
+254 722911879 | +254 736155427

Certified Instructors

We have staffs who are professional people with vast experience in their fields of work.

Vocational Education

We offer vocational training in car mechanic, car electrical, in tailoring & dressmaking, in knitting & embroider


We have an improved library that provides current, timely and quality information to enhance teaching & research


Students are awarwed certificates upon successful completion of their Vocational training.


There are over 250,000 children living on the streets of Kenya, with more than 60,000 of them in Nairobi. Dagoretti, located in the western part of Nairobi In Dagoretti poverty lures many children into homelessness. They are known as 'chokoraa', an epithet that translates to 'garbage-eaters' because the children - most of them being boys - survive by scavenging through people's trash trying to find pieces of food. They are used to do the most menial jobs available in Dagoretti's open-air market, including collecting trash, cleaning filthy public toilets and transporting heavy loads around the marketplace... ...

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Who We Are

Levozy Self Help Group was established in the year 2011 with an aim of taking care of street children and school drop-outs, by providing them vocational training skills and sports activities. To achieve its objectives the organization established a training centre run by professionals who transfer their skills directly to the young people. Levozy started providing training in car mechanics and electrical, in tailoring and dressmaking, in knitting and embroidery where about 50 street children and school drop-outs annually receive vocational training and involved in sporting activities (football). The name of the organization ‘LEVOZY’ means ‘care for the forgotten people’. The organization is legally registered with the ministry of Gender, children and social development in Kenya and the administrators of Levozy Self Help Group are Mr. Mukhabi Kanuti and Mrs. Emily Naliaka..

Our Vision

A child from any socio-economic background should be able to find suitable work upon reaching adulthood, thereby enhancing its future prospects.