Kenya Education Fund
Rating: 5 stars 28 28 reviews
Education, International, International Exchange
360 E. 72nd St. # C3405 New York NY 10021 USA
A proper and complete education can provide an individual with the basic tools to achieve their full potential.The KEF is dedicated to providing Kenyans in need with a quality education that will help them develop their minds, families and lives as they see fit.
We now sponsor the education of 500 students across 240 schools in Kenya. Just last week, we hosted our very first Career, Reproductive Health and Entrepreneurship Workshop (CREW) that brought together recent KEF graduates to learn valuable computer and job-related skills as they take on the next steps of their lives. 100 students attended and were greeted by a number of inspirational speakers, education professionals and other mentors - including prior KEF Alumni.
Kenyan youth (nomadic and non-nomadic) between the ages of 13 and 20
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Geographic areas served:
Kenya, all 8 provinces
In addition to providing educaitonal resources to capable but finanancially disadvantaged Kenyan boys and girls, the KEF hosts a number of Mentoring Workshop teaching how to avoid peer pressures, avoiding HIV/AIDS, safe sex practices and learning study skills.
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Educating women in Kenya is vastly important to the continued success of this country. Educate a woman and you educate her children, her village, and her countrymen. It helps put an end to early marriage, FGM, and the advancement of AIDS in a society with enough other problems to be concerned about. This group is doing a fabulous job on all fronts working not just for the people of Kenya but WITH the people of Kenya.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
In reading the letters written by young women who have been given the opportunity to achieve a high school education through their scholarship program. It raises their standing in society to be worthy individuals capable of many things.
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About every month
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