Help a Strong Kenyan Community Get Even Stronger
Kimuumo Secondary School is a relatively new extension of a longstanding primary school in rural Kenya. A visit to the community reveals a hard-working farming community that is concerned about their youth in a changing world. The establishment of a secondary school a few years ago has opened the door for students to continue their education without leaving their homes and families.
Join Freedom Through Learning, along with Kimuumo Elementary School alumnus Peter Muthusi, as we acquire brand new textbooks to support the Kenyan high school curriculum. An extensive wish list of books includes English, biology, agriculture, maths, Christian education and several revision editions.
This sizable acquisition, happening in phases, has already begun. On a recent family trip to Kenya, the Whall family from Canada oversaw the delivery of several English and mathematics textbook sets.
Further, the great folks at “Icepack,” a generous team that’s been part of the Charleswood Slow Pitch League in Manitoba, Canada, have decided to share support by providing books for 9th and 10th grade physics, biology and chemistry.
Bringing together educators and their worldwide supporters is what Freedom Through Learning is all about.