Don’t let a bright girl’s ambitions end with Primary School.
- Girls in Kenya and Tanzania can’t go to high school if they have no funds for fees.
- CHES provides scholarships to female students who meet scholastic standards.
- Girls often lose in the competition for scarce family resources.
- School fees are more than the total annual income of poor rural families.
- Families often choose only to help their sons.
Help us help them!
- You can help a student by becoming a donor, sponsor, or agent. At least 95% of your scholarship donation goes to support the CHES girl’s education.
- While CHES is based in Canada, we accept support from anyone, anywhere! A donation of any amount is much appreciated and helps with the many expenses of our frugal organization.
Donate through Canada Helps, or check other ways to donate.
Click "Donate Now" to go to the "How You Can Help" page for information on ways to donate to the Canadian Harambee Education Society.
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