Refugee Education in Kenya

Post a Comment » Written on March 30th, 2015     
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The Kenya Covenant Church (ECCK) and their congregation in Kitengela, just outside of Nairobi, has been working with the Congolese refugee community in Kenya. Since 2009, Covenant World Relief has been partnering with the ECCK in refugee education. So far, more than 60 students have graduated. Education is basic human right. Education enables people to access other rights they have. 80% of students that complete this level of education are employed through formal and non-formal employment. Education for children provides a sense of normality and restores hope to the victims of war. Currently ECCK has 48 students in secondary school and each of these students needs $300 per year for their studies. Give now to this project and sponsor students like Deborah and Dekin.

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