Kenya Education Fund

Field Partner

In Kenya, high school is not free. Kenya Education Fund provides scholarships, life skills and career readiness workshops to students who are unable to pay for high school. The School Fund helps fund these scholarships.

Location:
Kenya
Partner Type:
Community Based Organization
Population served:
Kenya Education Fund serves high school girls and boys from every region of Kenya from all ethnic backgrounds.
Student selection criteria:
Need and Merit
Services provided:
Life Skills workshops and career readiness workshops
TSF student promotion rate:
2015 - 88%
2014 - 94%
2013 - 100%
2012 - 100%

Kenya Education Fund is raising money for 49 students' school expenses. 28 have have been fully funded so far.

  • Paul

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    Paul

    Kenya

    Lives with mother in a one-roomed house and at times take shelter at my brother's place, which is equally small. I have a dream of being hence my love for social sciences

    School Year 2019

  • Jackson

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    Jackson

    Kenya

    Hails from a family of 8 children. Father works as a casual labourer and his income is usually with the huge fees to be paid for children in high school and colleges. Mother is a housewife. Jackson is aspiring to be an accountant making him to work hard in Mathematics.

    School Year 2019

  • Beavon

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    Beavon

    Kenya

    Has both parents; mother is a farmer in the countryside, father hawks items in the streets of Nairobi. The family does not have much but Beavon appreciates the peace existing in his family. It has helped them overcome several challenges.

    School Year 2019

  • Elisha

    7%

    Elisha

    Kenya

    Lost both parents at a tender age and was raised by his stepmother. Challenges at home made it difficult to concetrate in school and at some point repeated school or had to delay some classes until his family was able to raise enough funds. He works hard in school and hopes to be successful in future and give back to the society.

    School Year 2019

  • Walter

    80%

    Walter

    Kenya

    I am thee son of a single mother who until recently was the breadwinner in our family. We own a small piece of land which we injerited from my father but it has cannot fully sustain the family's needs. I am a talented athlete and I enjoy long-distance races. i dream of being a professional athlete in future and helpo get rid of poverty.

    School Year 2019

  • Collins

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    Collins

    Kenya

    Raised by a single mother, the family has struggled to make ends meet. They stay in single-roomed house and his mother is the sole provider. Her meagre incomes would not have been enough to take him to a quality school. He has great dreams and hopes that some day he will make them come. He entirely banks on his education and the exp[eriences in school to make this happen.

    School Year 2019

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