13 McKim Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21212
Tel +1 443 540 1740 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
An extensive project to rebuild a dilapidated primary school in rural Kenya for the benefit of over 550 children - to be implemented alongside the village community by a small UK charity dedicated to developing a small handful of primary schools - and to include the construction of large furnished classrooms, a dedicated nursery school, a fully-stocked library as well as the installation of modern sanitation facilities and rainwater harvesting capabilities…
Here, around 550 exuberant and ambitious children aged from 3-16 learn in shockingly desperate conditions. The tiny mud-walled classrooms - each crammed with well over sixty pupils - are in woeful states of disrepair. With collapsing tin roofs, crumbling floors so pot-holed they have disappeared altogether, and rusted wire mesh windows they are dingy, dangerous and depressing environments, wholly un-conducive to enjoyable and productive learning.
Startlingly, there are only a couple of pit latrine toilets at this enormous school. Yet even these are on the verge of collapse - to such an extent that children, in the words of their headmaster, are forced to “help themselves in the nearby bush” instead. The nearest source of water is nearly 10km away.
With these fundamentals in such poor condition, it goes without saying that facilities at the school are extremely threadbare. Reading books and educational resources really are the thing of dreams.
Passing by this school during a recent trip to Kenya our founder was asked by a child: “When are you coming to our school?”
We have answered the plea of that boy, the school and the wider village community with a promise to help them rebuild their school. Together we have put together a plan to rebuild an entirely new school, to include the construction of twelve fully-furnished classrooms, a dedicated nursery school, a fully-stocked library, offices and a staffroom, rainwater harvesting capabilities, an energy-efficient kitchen and modern sanitation facilities.
Please help us to make this a reality!
Call us on +1 443 540 1740, Email us at
Or write us a check:
Kids4Kenya, Inc. 13 McKim Avenue,
Baltimore, MD 21212