THIS IS WHAT WE DO:
The foundation supports students at secondary schools. The secondary schools are mixed day or boarding. The foundation receives application from new students at the beginning of every year for consideration.
The individual cost of books per child is not feasible with limited financial resources the foundation has. We have decided to pull the resources together so that books are purchased and taken on demand on termly basis (3months). This is a sustainable venture since the finalists leave the books they use in their final year. All books belong to the foundation. We make appeal to well-wishers to donate to our library to help these less fortunate children.
Most of the beneficiary finalists leave high school without any computer knowledge. They require basic computer skills to effectively participate in the modern society. Final exams is usually done in October/November after which the results are released in early March the following year. This time students may be idle and even not engaged in constructive activities may indulge in bad behaviour such as drugs and other immoral activities. The foundation felt it necessary to have these children acquire necessary skills during this time. It keeps them busy and also give them opportunity to understand the challenges in the society. The Siaya Kenya Computer Centre (SKCC) offers them computer training. Moreover it is open for members of the public and any income raised is used in supporting the needs of the foundation.
Our partners have managed to put up two classrooms for the little children to attend Early Childhood Education in Udida, Karemo Division. This has been a good course and we appeal to well-wishers to support this program further because it has really impacted positively on the children and the Udida neighborhood.