In Kenya and Africa at large, education has become a major factor in healthy life competition. Those who are not learned can not compete favourably in society as compared to their learned counterparts.
National exams are so important, just like the nation’s education system/curriculum. Every citizen is required to fight hard to acquire school knowledge, as it is as important as quality life may mean to any African child.
In Kenya for instance, we’ve previously had the 8 4.4 system which was replaced with 126.96.36.199.3. For one to compete in the job market, you must have excelled in this level of life, by physically attending school and taking exams, then proving to the state examination bodies that you can really defend it on paper.
Even so, due to several factors as poor background, some students are forced naturally to hold on learning process and engage in other life making activities. Such activities optioned for may not be long term, making the poor child even more miserable for the mistakes they know so little about!
For such reasons among other factors, an organization by the name Waylidia Foundation has come up to aid vulnerable kids in achieving their dreams.
In Githunguri area Nairobi, the Waylidia Foundation has already began it’s scholarships. As we speak today, more than forty needy children who can not pay their highschool tuition fee have got access to the Githunguri fully funded education scholarship.
For someone to be viable for such scholarship, he/she must have scored 300 marks and above in the Kenya certificate of primary education (KCPE) of 2021.
The organization works hand in hand with the county development fund (CDF) of Githunguri. Anyone who can access that area is asked to apply as soon as possible for consideration.
The member of parliament for Githunguri Gabriel Kogo thanked the organization and promised the people of that region more support to needy students who are ready to learn.
“Those students who passed their KCPE and are unable to pay their fees will be fully supported by the Waylidia Foundation. They’ve helped us so much in Githunguri to ensure that all children have gone to school.” said Kogo.
What you need to have is only the official Kenya national examinations council (KNEC) result slip of your child for the year 2021 and the copies of their parents or guardians national identification card. Proof of current financial ability of parents or guardians is a scaling factor.