We are delivering above-average educational results and our students are getting jobs. Read some of our graduates’ stories from Kenya.
The majority of our secondary students and some primary students are in boarding school (as is common in Kenya). At boarding school, they are assigned a bunk in a large, open, dormitory style room and allowed one trunk for all belongings.
Every six weeks, we fill our boarding school students’ trunks with items such as:
More than a trunk and supplies, this is a gift of hope and confidence. One student noted that his shiny black shoes helped him feel like he belonged. And, our female students don’t miss school due to a lack of feminine products.