The Scholarship that Gave Me a Lifeline

Mothers are protective. They want their children to be successful. These qualities are part of a mother’s DNA. It was not any different with Stella Kimanthi back in 2014 when her daughter

Without the Scholarship I Would Not Have Performed Well in KCSE

Caleb Mumo, 18, will be joining university in September 2019. He has been accepted as regular student at Jomo Kenyatta Universi- ty of

Scholarship Has Made Me the First in My Family to Attend University

Hillary Gikunda Nyamu turned 19 years old this year. He managed a B+ in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and he is

Attending School Saved Me from Early Marriage

As a pupil in primary school, Riziki Mohamed Yusuf did her bit: she performed well, managing an impressive 377 marks out of 500. The onus

More Students Set to Benefit from Chandaria Scholarship

More bright students from disadvantaged backgrounds are set to continue benefiting from the scholarship as others graduated from school last

Chandaria Scholarship: Godfrey Githinji Ndiru

“When I was in class one, my mother died while giving birth to twins.” Godfrey says. “Four years later one of the twins died of leukemia.” He doesn’t

Chandaria Scholarship: Florence Katunge Mutua

Born and raised from a very small village in Machakos County, a place called Muthembwa village. “I have three siblings - two sisters and one brother

Chandaria Scholarship: George Gichure Kinyanjui

He remembers the drama that surrounded his father bringing home a second wife and his mother packing up her belongings and leaving with the three of

Chandaria Scholarship: Jacinta Mwendwa

What do you remember about growing up?

I grew up in Meru. I have been raised by my maternal grandmother since childhood. I studied in a public

Chandaria Scholarship: Patricia Cynthia Jackline

She says very little. Speaks in monosyllables. She sits at the edge of her seat, like a frightened deer. No eye contact. At some point she will cry

Chandaria Scholarship: Vincent Mathuku Musembi

“I am from Kibera but I grew up upcountry, Makueni county to be precise, up to the age of six years when we moved to Nairobi. Kibera has been home to

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Technology Donation Programme

TCSO’s in Kenya with formal Non-Profit status can now access donated software for free or at very low administrative fees.

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