Alumnis

Lilian was born in 1992. She lives in Kenya. Both her parents died. She has no brothers or sisters. Lilian has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2011. She completed her high school, St. Lucy’s Raruowa Girls High School, in 2013 and started a study in Clinical Medical Surgery and Community Health at Kenyan Methodist University in Meru in September 2014. Lilian graduated in October 2017.She then passed the national exam in December of that year. Lilian completed her clinical internship at Central Coast Hospital in Mombasa. She has been working in this hospital since January 2020.
Morine was born in 1996. She lives in Kenya.She has 3 brothers who all have only had primary school. Her mother died. Her father is married again and now has a family with 4 young children. He works as a security guard. Morine has been sponsored by Kids to school since 2011. She graduated from high school, St. Lucy’s Raruowa GirlsHigh School, in 2013.In September 2015, Morine started nursing training at the Cicely McDonnell School of Nursing, affiliated with Nairobi Hospital. This study lasts three years. She successfully completed her studies in November 2018. She has been working at Nairobi Hospital since January 2019.
Anna was born in 2004. She lives in Tanzania. She is the only child, her mother died at her delivery. There is no information about her father. Her grandmother made sure that she was admitted to a children’s home Irente Children’s Home. She was in standard 6 of the Usambara English Medium Primary School. She has no sponsors since 2016. Kids to School sponsors her fom January 2016 till November 2018. She finished primary school in November 2018. Anna visits now form 1 of the high school.
Irene was born in Kenya in 1994. She is the daughter of a father, without training, and his 2nd wife. Her mother died in 2003. There are eight children in this polygamous family. Irene has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2009. Irene finished her high school in 2012 and in September 2013 she began her education in Business Administration at Kenyan Methodist University. Since early 2013 Irene has participated in the program of Maasai Girls Education Fund (MGEF). Irene was awarded her diploma with good results in April 2015 and in September 2015 she began with her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She graduated in October 2018. She expects to find a job soon.
Meryshel was born in 1997. She lives in the Philippines. Meryshel has a twin brother. She is a fourth year student at the Central Phillipine University. She does a bachelor study Business Administration Major Financial Management. This study is four years. She is a good student. The parents both have temporary jobs but because of money Meryshel had to stop her study. Kids to School sponsors her last year. In april she graduated cum laude. Since June 2018 she works at the Department of Labor and Employment.

Clare was born in 1991 in Kenya. She is one of 22 children from a polygamous Maasai family.  Her parents were not educated, and income from the sale of cows and goats has to provide for the whole family. Clare was about to be married when she came in contact with Sr. Jocelyn Pecto. Kids to School has supported her since 2008. Clare finished her high school in 2012 and in September 2013 she began training in “Early Childhood Development” at the Kibwezi Teacher Training College in Kajiado. She got her pre-certificate in January 2015. In 2015 she got married and she had a son. Clare will continue her studies in January 2016. Clare has been participating in the Masaai Girls Education Fund (MGEF) Program since 2013. In March 2017, Claire obtained her nursery school teacher certificate. Kids to School sponsored her until March 2017. She works as a nursery school teacher. Clare lives in Lenkisem and had her second child in 2018.

P1010690_Elisabeth Elizabeth was born in 1993 in Kenya. She is one of 26 children from a polygamous Maasai family. One of her brothers attended high school and he is responsible for the whole family now that the father is too old to work. Kids to School has sponsored Elizabeth since 2009, as her family could not afford her school fees. Elizabeth finished her high school in 2012 and in September 2013 she began her study for a certificate in “Human Resource Management” at the Technical Training Institute Maasai in Kajiado. Elizabeth is married in 2014 and she has a baby-girl now. In January 2016 she has taken up her study again. Since early 2013, Elizabeth has participated in the program of Maasai Girls Education Fund (MGEF). In March 2017 she completed her study with the pre-certificate.
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Sindiyo was born in 1992. She lives in Kenya. She is one of 12 children in a polygamous Maasai family. Her father is an alcoholic. Her mother sells charcoal to provide for the family. Abigail has been sponsored by the Maasai Girls Education Fund since 2002 and has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2012. She is currently taking a course in “Community Development and Social Work” at Mount Kenya University. Abigail made a successful start and was awarded her diploma after 1.5 years. We have therefore given her the opportunity to continue studying for a bachelor’s degree, which she began in January 2014. She got her bachelors in June 2017. The last year of her study the Maasai Girls Education Fund has sponsored her again.

  Jenny S_2016_1 Jenny was born in 1997. She lives in the Philippines. Jenny has two sisters. She has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2013. She does the undergraduate education Elementary Education with specialization in General Education at the West Visayas State University. She wants to be a teacher. The study takes four years. In March 2017 Jenny has finished her study cum laude. She works now as an English teacher.
 P1010804_ Mary was born in Kenya in 1991. She is one of five children from a polygamous family. Mary’s parents died in 2004. Mary has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2011. Mary finished the high school in 2012 and in August 2013 she began the training for a certificate in “Social Work and Community Development” at the African Institute of Research and Development Studies (AIRADS) in Kisumu. Mary completed her study with good results in 2014 and Kids to School gave her the chance to do a further study. In September 2014 she began to study for a diploma. Mary has completed her diploma study in July 2016 and has received the official certificate in November 2016. The next step will be finding a job.She works as a volunteer.
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Emily was born in 1991. She lives in Kenya. Her father deserted the family when she was 12 years old. Her mother has no education and sells charcoal as the only means of providing for her family. Her income is not enough to give her children an education. Emily was a very good student and she studied “Hospitality and Tourist Management” at the Kenyatta University. Kids to School has sponsored her since 2012. Emily has got her bachelor’s degree in December 2015. The official graduation ceremony was in July 2016. Emily has been sponsored by Kids to School between 2012 and 2016. In the KtS newsletter-Feb 2017 you will find part of the story of her life. In the link you can read the full story. Emily works now at Amboselli National Park.

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IMG_0384_Marvin Marvin was born in 1993. He lives in the Philippines. He is the eldest son in a family with three children. His father was a small farmer and the family survives on rice cultivation. In 2011 he had to stop his training as “marine engineer” at St Therese-MTC Tigbauan Site colleges, due to lack of money. He has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2011. In 2014 Marvin completed the theoretical part of his study. The past year Marvin has done his internship which he finished in the summer of 2015. He is now looking for a job.
P1010789 Nicholas was born in 1980. He is the eldest son in a family with five children. The death of his father made further education for the children impossible. Between 2008 and 2013 he was sponsored by Kids to School. He graduated as a car mechanic and has a job at CarMaster Kenya Ltd in Nairobi. Nicholaus is a member of the Local Advisory Counsel of Kids to School.
P1010742_Masento Bernadette was born in 1987. Between 2008 and 2011 she was sponsored by Kids to School. She studied social work and community development and graduated in 2011. Since that time she has worked for a number of organizations such as Child Fund, AMREF and MGEF.  Bernadette Masento has been for 4 years a member of the Local Advisory Counsel of Kids to School. Bernadette Masento has now a job as Secretary of the Kajiado county senator.
IMG_1910_Agnes Agnes was born in 1987. She was sponsored by Kids to School from 2009 to 2012. She graduated as a secondary school teacher in the subjects geography and religions. Currently she works as a teacher at the Christ the King high school in Kimana, Loitokitok. She has one daughter. In addition to caring for her daughter and her work she studies at the Marist International College for her bachelor’s degree.
P1040062_Jacqeline Jacquelinewas born in 1986. She was sponsored by Kids to School between 2008 and 2010. She is a teacher and works in the Ilmao primary school in Sultan Hamud. In 2013-2014 she studied part time for her diploma which she achieved in 2014. Jacqueline is married to Stanley Nairi and they have a son.
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Left the program, May 2016

Levis was born in Kenya in 1993. She is one of five children. Her father died. Her mother attended primary school for a few years, and earns her living by selling vegetables. Levis has been sponsored by Kids to School since 2011. Levis completed her high school, St. Lucy’s Raruowa Girls High School, in 2012 and in January 2014 she began her studies in accountancy at the Kenyan Accountancy College in Nairobi. Unfortunately, she failed the first year and had to stop this study. Kids to School decided to give her another chance and in September 2015 she began a study in Information Technology. Unfortunately, she has not seriously taken up the study and has not kept in touch with her contact person in Nairobi. We find it very unfortunate that we had to turn off the program the beginning of 2016.