50 schools identified as centers as Kenya Education Fund set to help students

50 schools identified as centers as Kenya Education Fund set to help students

The Kenya Education Fund in partnership with Prudential Life Assurance Kenya has donated learning materials valued at Ksh 9.3 million to 50 schools across Kenya, to benefit 15,000 secondary school students from under-privileged families. This comes in the wake of government’s recent announcement that has delayed the re-opening of schools till January next year. The Kenya Education Fund is a non-governmental organization that gives high school scholarships to financially challenged students.

The beneficiaries will receive printed learning materials distributed through 50 schools across the country. Over 11,250 students in Form 1,2 and 3 will receive reading and revision materials while 3,750 Form 4 learners will receive revision materials to prepare for the national exams.

The two-month project will also provide sanitary wear for more than 4,000 female learners

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“Education is an important investment by any community in its people and we appreciate the hardships that students have to endure daily due to the closure of schools which compromises their ability to keep up with their education especially during this time of Covid-19,” said Prudential Kenya Chief Executive Officer Mr Raxit Soni.

He added that the project is supported by Prudence Foundation, the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm.

KEF Country Director Dominic Muasya lauded Prudential saying the gesture will make a significant difference in the lives of thousands of high school students lacking access to virtual learning opportunities.

“The beneficiaries of this project hail from some of the most vulnerable communities grappling with the harsh impact of the coronavirus pandemic on social life Improving learning outcomes is crucial in ensuring that students in such places are not left behind,” stated Muasya.

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Research by the NGO Usawa Agenda shows 80 percent of Kenya learners are missing out on virtual learning during this time of Covid-19 The most affected are those in poor, rural communities lacking modern infrastructure to support e-learning.

The following schools have been identified as distribution centres. Any high school student can walk into any of these schools and get a book plus sanitary towels. The students do not necessarily have to be students of that school. This activity will kick off tomorrow Wednesday 15, 2020.

SchoolsSpecific region
  Bahari Girls’ Secondary SchoolKilifi- Mombasa road in Mavueni village
Baragoi Boys’ High SchoolBaragoi
Baraka Oontoyie High SchoolKiserian- isinya road
  Cardinal Otunga Girls’ High SchoolBungoma county, Next to Kibabii University
  Chebara Boys’ Secondary SchoolMarakwet west, Elgeyo Marakwet near Chebiemit Town
Chebonei Girls’ High School- TenwekBomet, Tenwek
Chuka Girls’ High SchoolChuka
Dakabaricha High SchoolMarsabit
Kabarnet High SchoolKabarnet Town
Kangeta Girls’ Secondary SchoolIgembe North Near Maua Town
Kanyakine High SchoolNkubu
Kapkenda Girls’ High SchoolChepkorio, Keiyo South
Kenyatta High School-MwatateMwatate Town, Taita Taveta
Kereri Secondary SchoolKisii town, next to Kisii High School
Kericho High SchoolKericho Town
Kitui High SchoolKitui
Kombeni Girls’ Secondary SchoolRabai Town- Kilifi
Koru Girls’ Secondary SchoolKoru -Muhoroni
Lodwar Boys’ National SchoolLodwar Town
Maasai Girls’ Secondary SchoolNarok
Malava Boys’ High SchoolKabras Center near Malava town
Maralal High SchoolMaralal
Matuga Girls’ High schoolWaa location, Kwale
  Matungulu Girls’ SchoolMatungulu near Tala town in Kangundo
Miathene Boys’ Secondary SchoolTigania West
Moi Girls’ High School KamusingaKimilili
  Ndururumo High SchoolNyahururu along Nyahururu Rumuruti rd
Nginda Girls’ Secondary SchoolMaragua in Muranga county
Nguviu Girls’ Secondary SchoolManyatta near Embu town
Njoro Boys’ High SchoolNjoro
Noonkopir Girls’ Secondary SchoolKitengela
Nyandarua High SchoolOl Kalou, Nyandarua County
  Nyangori High SchoolVihiga district, Kisumu Kakamega Rd near Kiboswa Market
Olkejuado High SchoolNear Kajiado Town
Oloitokitok Boys’ Secondary SchoolKuku location, near Loitokitok Town
Ololulung’a Boys’ Secondary SchoolOlolulunga town
Oloolaiser High schoolNear Ngong town
  Orero Secondary SchoolHomabay County, Rangwe near Rangwe town
Our Lady of Consolata Mugoiri Girls’ High SchoolKahuro Town near Murang’a County
  Oyugi Ogango Girls’ Secondary SchoolMigori county, Rongo (South Kamagambo)
  Rang’ala Girls’ Secondary SchoolSiaya County, Ugenya Constituency near Ugunja town
Red Rose AcademyKibra, Nairobi
Rev. Muhoro Secondary School for the DeafMukurwe-ini – Nyeri county
Ribe Boys’ Secondary SchoolChauringo, Kaloleni
Sacred Heart of Jesus Minor Seminary.Isiolo
  St. Agnes Girls’ High School-ShibuyeKakamega County, Shinyalu near Khayega Town
St. Angela’s Girls’ Secondary SchoolNear Kitui Town
St. Joseph Boys’ KitaleKitale along Kitale webuye rd
St.Theresa Secondary School- WambaWamba – Samburu
  Thika Girls’ Karibaribi Secondary SchoolThika, next to M-pesa foundation academy


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