Kujali’s trustees engage with local communities, via local leaders and social workers, to select orphaned or needy children who do not attend school because they haven't got the financial means to do so.
Kujali provides school fees for all children, whilst some also receive uniform, stationery and meals. The children are therefore able to attend school and work towards a better future for themselves and their families.
Local social workers maintain contact with the children Kujali supports and monitor their progress at school.
KUJALI IN EDUCATION
Kujali has been supporting children through education since 2010. Initial projects were based in Zimbabwe but have now moved and expanded to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
Kujali is currently providing education for children in:
Find out more in the dropdown menu of this page or by clicking on the project links above.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Depending on the circumstances of the parent or guardian of the child, the fees per student per term are as follows:
- between £5 and £10 for Nursery or Primary School
- between £15 and £60 for Secondary School
- between £100 and £350 for Vocational Training or University