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“Study after study has taught us that there is no tool for development more effective than education. No other policy is as likely to raise economic productivity, lower infant and maternal mortality, improve nutrition and promote health, including the prevention of HIV/AIDS.” – Kofi Annan, UN Secretary-General. When Kenya’s government introduced free primary schooling in 2003, vast numbers of additional pupils were brought into the education system overnight, putting it on a steep learning curve.
MASABA HIGH SCHOOL
Masaba High School provides co-education to over 950 students. The high school is in dire need of expansion and renovation to maintain a safe and healthy environment for the students it serves.
ST. JOSEPH’S PRIMARY ACADEMY
St. Joseph Primary Academy is a private boarding school that strives to offer an alternative to Kenya’s overcrowded and substandard public school system, primarily serving the children of poor and orphaned families.
HELLEN’S KINDERGARTEN & HEAD START
Hellen’s Kindergarten & Head Start program provides scholarships for school fees, uniforms and personal supplies to qualified disadvantaged students, enabling them to attend schools that they might not otherwise reach.
JNN CHILDREN’S ACADEMY
The JNN Foundation is planning to open the JNN Children’s Academy in Kisii township, Kenya. This new school will be admitting orphaned and disadvantaged children from the local community. This school will be built on a generous 2.5 acres of land that was donated by a generous family that would like to support the JNN Foundation’s mission.
JNN MUSIC & ARTS PROGRAMS
JNN Foundation wishes to establish a music and arts program designed to help young students develop an appreciation for art, music and drama, fostering a rich creative environment that young children need to grow and prosper.
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