Kenya Education Fund

Kenya Education Fund

Provide disadvantaged students in Kenya, and their ...

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In Kenya, both public and private high schools cost hundreds of dollars in tuition, boarding, and supplies each year. This means roughly three-quarters all of Kenyans – many of them girls – cannot complete high school because they are poor. The KEF currently sponsors 500 students in over 240 boarding high schools, colleges, and universities across all eight provinces of Kenya.

The Kenya Education Fund is dedicated to providing disadvantaged students in Kenya the educational support and resources necessary to enable them to contribute fully to the growth of their country and our global community.

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360 E 72nd St, # C3405 New York,
New York , 10021
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