Educate for Hope Scholarship:
Helping High School Students
There is no free high school education in Kenya, so many children never attain a high school education.
Kenya Christian Education Partnership partners with the Diocese of Marsabit. Our co-founder, Bishop Qampicha Daniel Wario, has expressed a great need for scholarships for high school education.
The Educate for Hope Scholarship Fund has been created so students may continue their high school, secondary, education. Money given will go into a scholarship fund that local students may apply for. A team from the Diocese of Marsabit in Kenya, including the Bishop, the Education Secretary, and local pastors, will prayerfully determine the students upon whom funds will be bestowed. Students who apply must be a member of a local church, have at least a C+ grade point average and show financial need. They will also require the endorsement of their pastor.
Tumaini Academy will have its first graduating class in the fall of 2017! Tumaini Academy is a primary school, with grades K-8. Those students will need the funds available to them before they graduate to help plan for their future. Not only will this fund be available for students from Tumaini Academy to apply to, but it will also be available to promising students in the Diocese of Marsabit, the second largest region in Kenya.
Without a secondary education employment is almost impossible. Will you consider helping these students continue their education?
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team members would be happy to help!
Meet Roba Dida Wario. Roba is a student at Sololo Boys secondary School. He is a Christian and a very active member of the church. He was unable to join high school after finishing primary school for lack of someone to support his dream for education. Thanks to the “Educate for Hope Fund”, he is now continuing his education!