Over 5,000 Kibra residents receive bursary cheques

Guided by the policy of “Elimu Kwanza, Education First” over 5,000 Kibra residents and 89 scholars benefited from bursary cheques worth 25 million this year. This means that majority of households that were not able to take their children to school due to fee problem we significantly assisted to address their needs.

In Kibra we believe that education is the greatest equalizer in the world. Providing quality education to children translates to a new lifestyle and a better future of intellectually vibrant, socially responsible and economically strong individuals. Highly educated individuals are normally emotionally intelligent as they can accommodate practical criticism without becoming personal. Educated individuals also contribute to rapid economic growth due to their along term acquired skills necessary in the job market.


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