Supporting  a students who dropped out of university continue with his studies at Pwani University, Kilifi

Finally, Pius Owino can continue with his studies at Pwani University, Kilifi where he dropped out in first year due to financial problems.  He is pursuing education where he hopes to graduate as a teacher three years to come.  While studying, Pius will volunteer his time and expertise to LIBA especially mentoring other high school scholarship students to complete their high school education and the W.I.S.H project.  This support has been made possible by Learn Foundation.

Learn Foundation is keen on reaching out to the underserved who will otherwise not get an opportunity to study. 

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4 new students join the team of 15 students supported in the scholarship program 2019

LIBA supports children whose parents have difficulties paying for their children tuition, accommodation and upkeep money to the school administration in high school high school. Learn Foundation continues to make this possible for 15 students who otherwise could have missed a chance to continue with their high school education

School shopping made possible by Learn! Foundation to enable Mwalimu join high school and Eunice continue with her education

 

Scholarship support 2018

LIBA is supporting 15 secondary school scholars with high school scholarship with parents making a contribution too.  Learn Foundation was able to meet some of the scholars in June 2018.

LIBA is supporting three girls from Bahari Girls School, a national secondary school based in Kilifi County.

Transition of boys and girls from struggling backgrounds is still a struggle to many. LIBA believes, whatever the question, education is the answer and it can only be possible for these children to pull themselves out of poverty if they acquire the highest level of learning. LIBA therefore provides high school scholarship that caters for tuition, uniforms, pocket money and purchase of stationary and other personal items. These students serve as our ambassadors and role models for other children