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Why we do what we do

Our efforts are timely to advance access to education and employment for vulnerable young people living in the coast of Kenya, through a long term holistic approach. Through Kesho Kenya, vulnerable children are becoming empowered and educated, broadening their experience of the world and realising their dreams – irrespective of poverty, ethnicity, gender, religion or special needs. Thus, they have the chance to break the cycle of poverty.
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3,500

children educated from
primary to university
up to date

4,317

children reached in 2019
via School Safeguarding
programme

14,445

children supported
through WWW project
up to date

1,488

children participating in our
trainings in 2019

182

schools we work with
in Kilifi County

94,7 %

of our KCSE students are
qualified to join college
or university

Our Areas of Intervention

These are the areas that we work in day and night to ensure that we serve the young people better and we won’t stop!

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4 weeks ago
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"The rate of students transitioning from primary to secondary school has greatly improved as parents are now taking up more responsibility in their children's education." Says a parent representative ... See more

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Turning our office into a light, clear and welcoming space is one of our goals for this year. The walls are freshly painted, the floor coating gleams. Our "Wall of Partners" is fixed and images on ... See more

1 month ago
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Our first school visits in the 30 new project schools has been very positive so far! Our (SHINE) Students acting for Honesty, Integrity and Equality team together with the EACC Education officer meet ... See more

1 month ago
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How do we track the impact of girls' academic transition, a change in the perception of girl education in communities and positive changes at school, e.g. girls' attendance and performance?
During ... See more

1 month ago

In today's headlines: 325,000 students are yet to report for form one due to financial constraints. These numbers are alarming! Why is it that even students with very high marks don't get any support ... See more

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Kesho Kenya supported Essa Rajab Khamis through high school. After his final exam, he worked in our office as graduate assistant. After his gap year, he joined Kibabii University to pursue Bachelor ... See more

1 month ago
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Such messages warm our hearts and make us work even harder in ensuring no child is left behind in accessing quality education. Below⬇️⬇️ is a testimonial in Rachael's own words.

"My name is ... See more

1 month ago
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"The new development check app is now easier, simpler and more user-friendly." Says Joshua, our M&E officer. In a SHINE training with monitors and patrons from project schools, members learnt how the ... See more

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"In dealing with defilement matters, my community relies so much on kangaroo courts. This is where the victim's family and perpetrator come together before a village elder who decides how the victim ... See more

1 month ago

45 secondary schools within Kilifi County will be involved in our SHINE (Students Acting for Honesty, Integrity &Equality) project in 2020. To kick-off, our team visits the anti-corruption office, ... See more

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