Destiny Solutions Academy

Kenya 68 beneficiaries

Destiny Solutions Academy is a private day and boarding school located in Kitui County of the Republic of Kenya. Today there are 59 pupils - 28 boys and 31 girls. The school has 8 streams/groups which are managed by 9 teachers. The school performs very well both academically and in sports. The pupils in this school participate in various activities during a typical day.They are engaged in learning activities from 8:20 am to 3:10 pm, including Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, Science, Socials studies, CRE, Music, and Physical Exercise. They participate in various activities during their game time, from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm, including football, netball, other sports, dancing, and music festivals. There are also remedial classes for learners needing extra help, from 4:10 pm to 5:00 pm.

$5,681 needed (100%)

Kathungu Primary School Girls Dormitory

Kenya 583 beneficiaries

Kathungu Primary School is a public day and boarding school located in Makueni County of the Republic of Kenya. This school was started in 1974 with grass thatched classrooms. Today there are 565 pupils - 255 boys and 310 girls. The school has 10 streams/groups which are managed by 18 teachers. The school performs very well both academically and in sports. The pupils in this school participate in various activities during a typical day. They are engaged in learning activities from 8:20 am to 3:10 pm, including Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, Science, Socials studies, CRE, Music, and Physical Exercise. They participate in various activities during their game time, from 3:10 pm to 4:10 pm, including football, netball, other sports, dancing, and music festivals. There are also remedial classes for learners needing extra help, from 4:10 pm to 5:00 pm.

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Kipsigor Primary School

Kenya 465 beneficiaries

Kipsigor Primary School began in the year 1975 by community members - with support of the Catholic church. The school began as a nursery school with approximately 25 students. This area is surrounded by large rocks and indigenous trees. People in the area do mixed farming, and a local tea plantation is their main cash crop.

$13,300 needed (100%)

Matioli K Salvation Army Primary School

Kenya 663 beneficiaries

Matioli K Salvation Army Primary School was established in the year 1989 by the surrounding community to eradicate illiteracy in the area. The school was started with temporary structures made of mud walls and roofs with iron sheets. It was later taken over by the government after it was registered by the Ministry of Education. The school is sponsored by Salvation Army Church and has produced learners who have passed exams and joined higher levels of learning institutions. Many students have secured reputable jobs in the government as well as in the private sector. The school is located within the interior part of Malava sub-county. The communication networks in the area are good because roads leading to the school are made of marrum - which undergoes maintenance from time to time by the county government of Kakamega. The community is made of farmers who grow small scale crops. 

$13,300 needed (100%)

Maweni Water Project

Kenya

Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO), our implementing partner, is the largest grassroots organization in Kenya’s slums with a 12-year track record of improving slum dwellers’ lives. Today, SHOFCO impacts over 2.4 million slum dwellers through both their platform for community organizing and access to essential services.SHOFCO’s vision is to build urban promise from urban poverty. They have built a large-scale community-driven movement that improves dignity, physical well-being, and opportunity for millions, creating a blueprint for systemic urban slum transformation. SHOFCO aims to advance the dignity and equity of community members living in slums across Kenya. Their vision for community transformation is that marginalized individuals can meet their basic needs and have a meaningful set of choices to live with dignity, equity, and opportunity. 

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Olbolet Siana Hills Academy

Kenya

Students at Olbolet Siana Hills Academy rely upon piped water from the nearby market where there is a 500L water tank. However, this source is very unreliable and often empty. They have been without water since the school year started and it will likely remain this way for several weeks, maybe even longer. When this happens, it forces students and staff to be absent while they fetch water from a nearby river, which is not safe for drinking, cooking, etc. but can only be used for cleaning and handwashing. 

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