Mwanaidi dreams of becoming a journalist. Joshua now has hope for the future. Martha anxiously awaits a sponsor. More than 40 students like Hamisi await sponsors.

Kenya Keys

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Kenya Keys bridges two cultures as a catalyst for educational and leadership development where potential abounds but challenges persist. In the rural Kinango District of Kenya there are many obstacles to education, but there is one organization working hard to remove those barriers for as many young Kenyans as possible. That group is Kenya Keys and its purpose is to unlock the enormous potential of young people in Kenya. Kenya Keys is a vibrant witness that one person really can make a big difference. In June 2005, Rinda Hayes and her daughter traveled to the remote village of Bahakwenu in the impoverished Kinango District in Kenya. Rinda was stunned by the extreme poverty she found in Baha...

Project Leaders
Megan Wilcken
Deborah Shimkus
Organization Information
5314 Tualata Ct
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
United States

  BRIDGE# 3933908843
Organization Information
5314 Tualata Ct
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
United States

  BRIDGE# 3933908843

Projects (5)

Project Reports

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Jan 8, 2018
Students Anxiously Await Sponsors
Anticipation and hope fill the air in the rural villages near Taru, Kenya. This is the time of year when students who have completed primary school (8th grade) anxiously await news that Kenya Keys has...
Dec 22, 2017
Meet Clemence, Our Kenyan Staff Working With Girls
One of the many strength of Kenya Keys is our amazing team of staff and volunteers in Taru village. These dedicated men and women oversee all of our programs, and guide our sponsored students through...
Oct 6, 2017
A Student's Message to His Sponsor
    Seven years ago, life changed for a poor, hopeless young boy in Africa. Zeddy came from Nyari, one of the most impoverished regions of Africa. Like so many others, his father, a...
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