Clinton and Abraham are just two of the hundreds of students in Kilgoris who face significant challenges. Like many students who attend TKP schools, their families have trouble finding stable work and struggle to provide daily food and resources.

According to UNICEF, Kenya has about 24 million children under age 18 (about half of the population). Nearly half of these children live in poverty, and two million of them are orphans. Millions of these children face humanitarian challenges like poverty, flooding, drought, and disease.

At TKP schools we have identified 122 students who are orphans or in highly vulnerable situations. With your support, students like Clinton and Abraham have access to education, daily nutritious school meals, clean water, health care, new uniforms, and grocery kits for school breaks. With your partnership, we prioritize caring for their holistic needs while providing a school environment where they can grow and learn.