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Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rates of education exclusion all over the world. Nearly 1.8 million children in Kenya aged 6-17 years are out of school.

 We believe that education can be used to equip and transform communities that are left behind. We are committed to making quality education accessible to learners, training teachers, and ensuring holistic learning for all school stakeholders. 

Our logo emphasizes that societies are sustained through each available hand (collaborators). Through our collaborations, we have supported 450+ learners through scholarships, trained 100+ teachers on pedagogy and accountability, empowered 200+ teachers and 100+ households with psychosocial support, and fostered youth leadership through student leadership programs.


One day, quality early childhood education will become an accessible reality to children in Africa


To ensure access to quality education and support of Early Childhood Development and Education (ECDE) and creation of child-friendly learning environments through Teacher training, equipping of school management and accountability skills and scholarship provision in community schools located in resource constrained areas in Africa.

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