EDUCATION PROGRAM

Through our school fee assistance program, we pay school fees for hundreds of impoverished primary and secondary school- age children who otherwise would have no opportunity for an education. In addition, with your support, we have constructed schools, such as the Kipkeino Primary School in Kenya, and are nearing completion of the Logos Academy in Sierra Leone which is expected to be finished by fall 2017. In addition, We have recently funded the construction of additional classrooms and a laboratory at the new Kebeneti Secondary School in Kenya.

THE CHALLENGES

OUR IMPACT IN 2017

children were provided with an education at the Kipkeino Primary School in Eldoret, Kenya, including orphaned and abandoned children living at the Lewa Children’s Home.

students at the Kebeneti Secondary School in Kericho, Kenya benefited from the use of equipment provided to the school’s science laboratory by Bread and Water for Africa®.

students received primary school and<br /> secondary school educations provided by<br /> four nurseries, four primary schools and<br /> three secondary schools operated by Faith<br /> Healing Development Organization in Sierra<br /> Leone.

Latest News/Blogs

Safe Water or Education

What would you choose: Safe Water or an Education? In most villages in Sierra Leone, school-age girls and boys walk up to five miles a day to fetch water for their families. By the time they get back home they are physically exhausted from carrying 40-pound jugs of...

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A success story from Zimbabwe

“One day I will be Dr. Daniel Kabweza,” says Daniel, who thanks to our supporters was able to not just attend school, but excel. He is now set to graduate and looks forward to going to university to study medicine. Daniel is one of 58 primary and high school students...

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For Kito… dreams are possible

In 2016, hundreds of students in Africa were able realize their dream of furthering their education through the Bread and Water for Africa® school fees assistance program. Among them is Kito, a Form 2 (sophomore) at the prestigious Kapsabet High School in Kenya, one...

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