The CHES Winter, 2021 Newsletter has been published! Click here to read all the latest news. Our newsletter is circulated semi-annually and the latest edition is #72. If you’d like to subscribe to our email list please click the MailChimp
Building an Educational Legacy – www.rrsmith.ca CHES has been very fortunate to receive financial support from the R. R.Smith Foundation again this year. We received a grant of $2000. The R. R.Smith Foundation supports educational projects in Canada and internationally.
Kenyan Secondary Schools : The Kenyan government has once again revised the School Calendar for students. Form 4 students are currently in school and will complete their Form 4 level in March 2021 before writing the national examinations in March/April.
The CHES Fall, 2020 Newsletter has been published! Click here to read all the latest news. Our newsletter is circulated semi-annually and the latest edition is #71. If you’d like to subscribe to our email list please click the MailChimp
In late November 2019, 196 CHES students gathered at the Kakamega Multipurpose Development Training Institute for what is developing into an annual event. At this, life skills, rather than purely academic skills, are the focus of the three-day event. A
The students have been sending hand written letters. This month, meet Agatha Sabida! Stay tuned for more messages from the students. We will post them as they are delivered on the Success Stories page of our site.
Mike was one of the students who visited Katesh in March 2019. He was asked to reflect on his visit. I want to start off by thanking every single one of you who was a part of my incredible trip
Being a CHES girl is rigorous and demanding. Free time is at a premium and even when it is available, is often used for extra study. In Tanzania, Irene Peter, who has just turned 17, is in Form IV at
Amid the dangers and restrictions of Covid 19, the 5th annual Tomatoes for Tanzania sale held in Saskatchewan, on May 15 was an outstanding success, but a very different occasion from the sometimes boisterous social affairs of previous sales. Set-up
Tanzania celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8. The evening before, Naomi arrived at CHES House with a seamstress who measured us briefly and left. By 8 a.m. the next morning, we were presented with a dress for Catriona and a