Barnice, a bright and sparkling 15 year old, was one of our students attending school through our Wezesha Education Foundation. In Kenya, where only primary school is free, Wezesha supports gifted Kenyan youth from disadvantaged circumstances attend secondary or post secondary school. In a letter, she described what it takes
Wezesha Education Foundation is a locally managed not-for-profit initiative in Kenya that empowers gifted youth from disadvantaged circumstances with the opportunity to receive a quality education. Through Wezesha scholarships, bright and motivated youth are able to attend secondary or post secondary school so that they can achieve their dreams by
Several years ago Speroway’s president Ken Dick had the good fortune to meet Lynda Kuhn, a women who emanates her passion to help children in Kenya everywhere she goes. Speroway was fortunate to join with her and together with our partner in Kenya founded the Nyota Home. Lynda is
The news coverage on the drought in Africa comes and goes. The problems in Africa won’t come and go so quickly. A lack of food and over-crowding in refugee camps are creating untold problems. The worst outcome for any family caught in this disaster is death.
According to to the
June 9, 2010
Guelph, Ontario – “The school is no longer under threat of closure….” Those were the words shared by the Head Master of Equator Primary School last week during the commissioning of a brand new set of latrine/toilets just outside Nairobi, Kenya.
In October 2009 it was brought