When Kenya Keys first started operating in the Taru region of rural Kenya, many schools consisted of mud-walled classrooms with crumbling floors and leaking roofs. Schools often lack latrines for their students. School supplies and other resources were scarce.
Once the sponsorship program was running smoothly, Kenya Keys’ leaders in Kenya and the U.S. turned their attention to school support. The first order of business was improving old classrooms or building new ones. Libraries, girls dormitories, latrines, and other projects followed.
Ongoing support through Kenya Keys and the Global Classroom program ensures that schools and students in the region have the support and infrastructure they need to obtain a quality education. Choose from school support menu options to learn more.