Our vision is to ensure that all children in poverty thrive in their God-given potential. We work with their community and our Frontline Church partners to make this possible, and the greatest joy is celebrating the success of our participants as they work to reach their full potential.

Last year, we had 4,606 participants who sat for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams and 4,204 for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams. With such a crucial milestone in their lives, we took the opportunity to celebrate all our participants for completing their national exams and acknowledged our top performers, awarding them for their magnificent work. We also took some time to celebrate our top-performing Frontline Church partners that supported the participants’ success.

Youth development is one of our priority program interventions, and we invest in the holistic development of children to show them there is success beyond formal education. We aim to ensure that our youth exit the program with academic qualifications, vocational skills, and competencies to become responsible and committed members of society. On the day of the celebration, we invited Alfred Mwanzia, Assistant Director at Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVET Authority) in charge of Accreditation, as the chief guest to share some of the different options and skills the participants can pick up as they move to the subsequent phases of their lives.

Alfred Mwanzia, Assistant Director at TVET Authority

Coming to the prize giving, the National Director Samuel Wambugu said: “To our youth, you have made us proud. We want to celebrate you! We are delighted since nyinyi ndio matunda yetu.”

Samuel Wambugu, National Director

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