+1 802 379 0962 sarah.hadden@kdef.org

KDEF’S HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM provides promising secondary school students
from vulnerable families of Northern Kenya with resources they need to complete four years of
study in high quality boarding schools.

KDEF’S HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM provides promising secondary school students
from vulnerable families of Northern Kenya with resources they need to complete four years of
study in high quality boarding schools.

High School education in Kenya is  expensive especially for families  in Northern Kenya living on less than a dollar a day

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Be part of the KDEF story

KDEF  is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and a Kenyan NGO.

Your donation  is tax deductible and  even the smallest contributions goes a long way 

High School Scholarships Program

This entails support to underprivileged but committed bright students with more focus on the girl child. The four-year scholarship project caters for full-board tuition, uniform, bedding, books and sanitation supplies.

57 Bright but needy students sponsored for 4 year of High school education

Menstrual Hygiene Program

At an average, girls in Northern Kenya miss four days of school in a month due to lack of menstrual hygiene products.  KDEF supplies primary school girls with opportunity kits (mentrual pads, underwear, soap, soap sack , close pin and a nice bag)

KDEF also offers instructional training on use and care for the hygiene kits through local teachers.

8200 Opportunity kits donated to schools in Northern Kenya

Water and Education Infrastructure Project

To achieve KDEF Mission, it is important to provide a conducive environment for learners. KDEF with the support of Vibrant Village Foundation is building and equipping classrooms, sanitation facilities and providing access to water.

Ndonyo Wasin Project
Rehabilitation of Lekuchula Rock Catchment
Water Trucking

Our Impact

Number of sponsored students

Opportunity Kits Delivered

Students Mentored

Water Trucking Delivered

KDEF on the NEWS

A pupil rolls a water jerrican in Ngurunit, Laisamis in Marsabit County on July 18, 2019. More than 95,000 residents of Marsabit are in need of food aid and water supply as the region suffers from severe drought. PHOTO | DAVID MUCHUI | NATION MEDIA GROUP

https://mobile.nation.co.ke/counties/Thousands-in-Marsabit-face-starvation/1950480-5204518-kr68fr/index.html

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Our Mission

To improve educational opportunities for the underserved population of northern Kenya.

 

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