The Kenya Project is a small, not for profit organisation established in 2003 to support Madungu Primary school in rural, Western Kenya. In 2003 the school had 700 pupils, many of whom were malaria and HIV orphans. There were only 12 teachers and a lack of even basic resources, pens and paper. Since then, the Kenya Project has supported the school through cultural exchange and partnership as well as funding new initiatives and resources.
Through fundraising efforts in the UK and donations from individuals and organisations, the Kenya Project continues to improve the educational resources and opportunities available at Madungu Primary and has enabled the funding of some of the pupils through secondary school and onto university.
Currently, we are entering an exciting new phase and moving into adult further education by supporting community based organisations and widening access to academic, vocational and agricultural training.