Our 2019/2020 fundraising campaign is live. Help us support the education of five vulnerable learners in Western Kenya. Pledge your support here.
We would like to wish all of our supports at Happy New Year. Read our New Year update here
It is the time of the year where we publish our annual report. Our 2017 report has been approved by the Charity Commission for England and Wales and can be downloaded from our website by clicking here.
Samuel is 23 years old studying for a degree in medicine and surgery at the University of Nairobi. He is the first born in a family of two children. Samuel and his brother were left orphaned after the death of their parents while Samuel was just five. He was identified by one of our local community groups as deserving of support, and we got him onto our scholarship programme at a tender age. Samuel did exceptionally well at his final year exams, finishing 48th out of 417,000 students nationally. In 2013, and with the continued support of our scholarship donor, Samuel started on medicine at the University of Nairobi.
Samuel is nearly done, but we need your support in his last year of study. Read how to support Samuel here.
View our latest newsletter here. The team of WVP Kenya would like to wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year. We would like to thank you for your support and interest in our work.
2018 promises to be another busy year for us. With generous support from Dioraphte, a Dutch foundation supporting social initiatives, we will scale up our community-based orphan care and support activities in Lugari. This includes providing women's groups with much needed capital and training to set up social enterprises. The project also supports the continuation of our sports and health education activities and young carers clubs.
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Rebecca is 24 years old. Both of her parents passed away due to illness when she was in primary school. Rebecca and her younger siblings moved in with their grandmother, who is in a wheelchair and in need of care and support. Due to the limited means of their household, Rebecca could not continue onto secondary school. She was admitted to our scholarship programme 2010 and graduated successfully, achieving the grades required to attend university. We have until now supported Rebecca through her BA in Education and IT at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology.
To help Rebecca, click here.
Our 2015 Annual Report is now available.
"It takes a village to raise a child" - this African proverb encourages us to reflect on the partnerships required to nurture the development of children and youth. In this newsletter we provide a snapshot of some of the people that make up WVP Kenya.