Kids4Kenya

1. To proactively support the mission and objectives of African Promise in the advancement of education in primary and pre-primary schools in Kenya 2. To develop programs, outreach initiatives and events geared to fund raising and the propagation of African Promise 3. To attain or surpass our fundraising objectives and create a long term sustainable support process for African Promise both at a financial and organizational level
Feb 19, 2014

Thank you for building us a beautiful new school!

Kisimenyi - Thank You!
Kisimenyi - Thank You!

Those are the words of a pupil that has benefited from the transformation of Kisimenyi Primary School, where the opening of the new school in September 2013 has had a profound impact.

But 2013 was not just about our work at Kisimenyi. It was also the year we launched a major pupil feeding programme. And supplied a record number of books and desks. And raised more funds than in any previous calendar year. In fact, whichever way you look at it, 2013 was the most successful of our six years as a charity.

We're grateful to the many of you who played a part in that success. We have our eye on even greater achievements in 2014. But we cannot get there without your continued support; we hope you will be able to help us.

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Dec 2, 2013

Kisimenyi in full swing after opening

Kisimenyi Old School Roof
Kisimenyi Old School Roof

Check out the new school in action from concept to dream fullfilled: http://vimeo.com/74117788#at=3 

Hear how the plea from Headmaster Amon has become a reality thanks to all the hard work and efforts of Charles Coldman and African Promise, the Charity that he has built from the ground up, and how at Kids4Kenya we are helping to make that happen.

The response to our outreach for support for the school at Kisimenyi has been overwhelming and we are very grateful for all your support.

 

Of course, there are countless more projects to contemplate, but with your continued help, African Promise and Kids4Kenya will be able to continue to make a real diference in the lives of so many.

 

Thank you! 

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Sep 16, 2013

Kisimenyi Up and Running

Kisimenyi is open
Kisimenyi is open

Today we bring you the exciting news that we've been waiting more than two years to deliver; a new school for 600 pupils at Kisimenyi is now open for learning!

"The parents had lost all hope of building a good school for their
children. African Promise has come to the rescue."

Mr Nicholus Mutui, head teacher, Kisimenyi Primary School

 Our first phase of work at Kisimenyi has utterly transformed the learning environment for the school's now 600 pupils through the followingprojects: 

· twelve safe, bright and spacious classrooms;

· an individual desk and chair for each of them;

· a dedicated nursery school with playground and   custom-made tables and chairs;

· a secluded library stocked with 1,500 reading  books for all ages and abilities; 

· more than 2,500 new textbooks they have their  own book for each and every subject; 

· improved water supply thanks to 80,000lit of rainwater storage capacity;

 · administrative facilities for teachers including  staffroom and private offices

 · modern sanitation facilities, with seperate units  for nursery pupils, primary pupils and adults, and   for boys and girls. 

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