The short answer to your question is no, this is not a genuine organization. Evans Nyundo, or whatever his real name might be, has registered quite a few web sites recently, all allegedly the web sites of various aid organizations. This far, we have Compass Africa, Child Fund Network, and Zero Disaster International. Apparently, the Euro Hunger Fund never really took of so that web site is deleted, but as the devil will find work for idle hands to do, Evans is now busy building a web site for Child Fund Uganda.
No address in Kenya, unless you count the rather vague addresses "123 Eldoret" and "Nairobi" and the US addresses used by both Zero International and Child Fund Network, 1490 Voyager Parkway, Colorado and 1390 Voyager Parkway respectively, are fake.
Much, possibly all, of the information on the web sites is stolen from what appears to be a genuine aid organization in the US.
Evans, don't come complaining here please: you probably know that a few of your sites have been singled out for mention as scams already.
Haya, mabibi na mabwana, asanteni sana. Ni wakati kula keki kidogo.
Ok, what do we have this far? We have three active web sites, one that's been deleted and one under construction. We also have a handful of fake, incomplete or misleading addresses in both Kenya and the US, a Kenyan cell phone number, a Facebook profile which may be fake and an email address. We also have names like "George", "Evans" (or Evns), "Langu", Nyundo" and "Jauyoma" - which makes me think this bloke might be Luo - and web site content stolen from two different and as it seems legitimate organizations in the US. There are also job ads that have been posted to Kenyan sites that have been copied word for word from ads dating back to 2012, originally posted by other organizations.
Care to explain this, George/Evans/Evns Langu//Nyundo/Jauyoma? Oh another thing: look up 1490 Voyager Parkway, the alleged address of one of these organizations on Google Earth. If there's an office there, it must be the office of a very flat organization.
@Mukhaye. This is a scam. Please read the posts above.
Please do not post quotes we already have a copy in earlier posts. If you have anything to add then this is fine, but just posting quotes only wastes bandwidth.
This people conned me of my money with an mpesa pay bill number, why on earth has Safaricom registered this to thieves to still from us. By sending you an acceptance letter with condition that you must pass a proficiency test and that test you pay for it. Only for it to turn out that they are fake after loosing money and time spend.
The owners of this number to be apprehended since they are connected to them 0713037436.