If you educate a man, you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a family. —An african saying
Research shows educated women create positive change for their communities and countries.
The Canadian Harambee Education Society (CHES) helps girls get secondary education by:
- raising funds for scholarships for Kenyan and Tanzanian girls who gain Secondary School placements, but have no funds for school fees
- placing CHES girls in boarding schools (wherever possible) to maximize their success
- supporting special projects when donations are so targeted such as: building dormitories, enriched learning centres and services to support them
- sending volunteers (often retired teachers) as agents in Kenya
- managing donations and providing income tax receipts to donors.
Help CHES educate girl students in Africa by donating, by sponsoring a student, volunteering to be an agent in Africa, or by assisting CHES staff in the Surrey Office.
Contact us to find out what you can do.