It is globally evidenced that poverty, armed conflicts and other emergencies keep many, many kids around the globe out of school. In developing Countries such as Kenya, kids from the poorest households are four times more likely to be out of school than those from richest households (SGD No. 4, UN). The key challenges keeping children out of school include; poverty, disasters such as floods, lack of or insufficient support due to orphan-hood, HIV/AIDs and other terminal and incapacitating conditions. In order to ensure access to quality and affordable education for kids in our areas of operations, United Hope International undertakes the following projects;
We have an education scholarship program that supports bright, needy, and hardworking children either partially or fully through pre-primary, primary, secondary, tertiary and university education. Through the generous support of various partners and stakeholders, the project pays full school fees, living expenses and boarding fees (for beneficiaries in secondary, university or tertiary levels) as well as learning materials. However, partially sponsored kids are supported under home care program where the project only takes care of school fees and learning materials while the beneficiaries stay within their households.
- TranStar Academy School
Over the years, United Hope International has experienced tremendous growth in the number of needy kids that are seeking education and livelihood support. This need birthed the registration of and establishment of TranStar Academy School as an affiliate of United Hope International. The school was registered in 2016 with the sole objective of offering quality academic teaching and talent development to kids within our scholarship project as well as those from the community. Please click on this link https//www.TranStarAcademy.org to read more about the school as a project within the education program of United Hope International.