Project #7484

Kisimenyi School for 550+ Pupils in 2013

by Kids4Kenya
$2,810 Raised
total goal
monthly donors
An extensive project to rebuild a dilapidated primary school in rural Kenya to benefit over 550 children - construction of classrooms, nursery school, fully stocked library and sanitation facilities


Here, around 550 exuberant and ambitious children aged from 3-16 learn in shockingly desperate conditions. The tiny mud-walled classrooms - each crammed with well over sixty pupils - are in woeful states of disrepair. With collapsing tin roofs, crumbling floors so pot-holed they have disappeared altogether, and rusted wire mesh windows they are dingy, dangerous and depressing environments, wholly un-conducive to enjoyable and productive learning.


We are rebuilding an entirely new school, to include the construction of twelve fully-furnished classrooms, a dedicated nursery school, a fully-stocked library, offices and a staffroom, rainwater harvesting capabilities, modern kitchen and sanitation

Long-Term Impact

This project will have a tangible, immediate and lasting benefit for the hundreds of children at the school now as well as for hundreds more in the future.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Kids4Kenya Website
African Promise Website

Organization Information


Location: Baltimore, Maryland - USA
Project Leader:
Peter Teuten
Board Member
Baltimore, Maryland Kenya