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Affecto Foundation

Org #73888
Vetted since 2020
2018
year founded
$67,040
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Affecto foundation's core mission is that of rescuing students who come from poor and disadvantaged backgrounds but perform well in their Primary school leaving examinations. These children have missed out to access secondary education, because there was no money for school fees or transport to school, or they faced irregularities within the education system.

Projects (2)

Keep a student in school
Kenya / Education
Watoto Wasome
Kenya / Education
Project Leaders
Ndungu Nyoro
Ndungu Nyoro
ALICE GATHE
ALICE GATHE
Team
ALICE W GATHE, NELLY W KARANJA, SHARON W GATERU, JOY WAWIRA, BERYL A JUMA
Organization Information
P.O.Box 48717
00100
Nairobi, Nairobi 00100
Kenya
0799224488
Organization Information
P.O.Box 48717
00100
Nairobi, Nairobi 00100
Kenya
0799224488

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jan 24, 2024 | Keep a student in school
THE PRESIDENT'S AWARD PROGRAM

By Alice Gathe | Project Leader

The President’s Award - Kenya, known globally as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, is a non-formal education and learning framework that celebrates and recognizes young people's achievements beyond... Read the full report ›

Jan 17, 2024 | Keep a student in school
ONTO THE NEXT! (THE JOURNEY OF COHORT 4)

By Alice Gathe | Project Leader

Affecto Foundation expresses heartfelt gratitude to GlobalGiving for the invaluable contribution of $6,975.41. This generous support has played a pivotal role in empowering our 13 scholars during the... Read the full report ›

Sep 19, 2023 | Keep a student in school
YASHON RUNS THE FINAL RACE

By Alice Gathe | Project Leader

In 2021, Affecto Foundation identified a zealous and hardworking young man who had not had an opportunity to join secondary school. The young man had been taken through his primary education through a... Read the full report ›
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