Supporting education and innovation.
Our biggest programme is sending extremely vulnerable students to high school. In Kenya, primary school (elementary) is free but high school is incredibly expensive for families living in poverty. We provide scholarships to high performing vulnerable youth who would otherwise not have the chance to continue their education past primary school. We hope to increase the number of scholarships every year. We are currently assisting 40 hard working students and are always looking for more donors. Each student is USD600 per year or USD50 per month.
Resources, especially educational, are extremely scarce in rural Africa. In the middle of the desert we have a thriving education centre where students can read, study and be mentored.
Education is the heart beat of our Agricultural Programme. We work hand in hand with the Ministry of Agriculture and Agricultural Graduates, to offer high quality, practical, agricultural training to vulnerable people in remote villages. Households are assisted to start farms in the process. This enables food security and a source of income.
The water project was founded by Levi Walton in 2016, while he was visiting Kenya for 8 months. To raise funds, he has partnered with the New Zealand wholesaler Moana Road, to distribute water bottles to numerous retailers in New Zealand. Moana Road is donating the funds to buy the water bottles, as well as donating any profit made through wholesale deals. 100% of which goes to providing clean water to needy schools and villages.