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Schools we Support.....
 
 
Supported Schools are just that!  Schools that we give extra attention to because their needs are greater than most.  The schools may be located in the city adjacent to a population of extreme poverty within a slum area, and it may carry the extra burden of giving refuge to orphans and vulnerable children.  The school may be small located in a suburb where jobs are scarce, or in a rural community where the school caters to people who are affected by HIV/Aids.  And then there are schools that are remote.  Families in these areas rely on small scale farming and self sufficiency as there are no jobs or money.  
  
  
 
Supported schools rely heavily on sponsor-ships.  Sponsored students and the income that it may generate helps to pay for school fees, gives some added support to a lunch program, and may assist with the teachers pay.  What sponsor-ship doesn't do is provide books, school or teacher supplies, school maintenance, construction or repairs.  In some schools, school uniforms or shoes are not available.  We are an education program and this offers more, such as student and family counseling, career counseling, activities and workshops.  All added support to help the schools be successful.
  
  
 
Each school is privately operated and not a government run school.  These schools must abide by all the same rules of the Ministry of Education but without the financial support of the Kenyan government.  This can be difficult for them to meet all their needs.  Giving support to these schools has increased their performance levels which in turn increases a students opportunity to be successful in the future. Our goal is to support these schools so that they may rise to the top, and provide for their students and families a way out of poverty.
 
 
 
 
 
Natamuse Jr. Academy
 
 
 

   
 
Remote and isolated Natamuse Jr. Academy stands alone on the slopes of Mt. Kilimjaro and the Amboseli National Wildlife Range, 10 kilometers from the nearest town, Loitokitok.  Bordering Tanzania this little school has approximately 130 pupils.  Each one of the students walk long distances to come to school daily.  As it makes adjustments with it's culture steeped in tradition this small Maasai community welcomes education!  Three years ago HFLW was invited to make a visit.  What we found was dedication & enthusiasm beaming with HOPE!  Made of iron sheets, dirt floors and primative desks this remarkable school thrives because of slow and steady support.  Sponsor-ships help to defray school fee costs for parents who otherwise could never send their child to school.  Most families are small scale farmers in this remote area and raise enough crops to sustain themselves and earn a very small amount of money.  Learn more........
 
 
 
KevJumba Primary arranges itself in a suburb area 25 miles southwest of Nairobi.  One time it was a fully operational primary and secondary school.  A new building was built for the secondary level education while the primary students were housed in iron sheets and dirt floor classrooms.  The area is very poor, with no work for parents.  The school soon began to suffer and today stands with broken windows, crumbling floors, and no desks for students to learn on.  Where once there were hundreds of students there are only 60.  The school was going to close but the potential is there to make a difference.  With assistance the new building that has suffered so, we hope will be renewed and revived in the near future.  As the school regains its composure, it's students, teachers, and parents will find their pride and courage to keep moving forward.  Learn more......

  
 
 
KevJumba Primary   
 
 
 
 
 
Holly House/Heart
 
Galilee/Waddington
   
                    Give a man a reason, wrap it in hope, and call it a mission!
Success is measured in the years gone by, but even those who have been at it a long time need support to continue to do what they have set out to do.  A job well done is never complete......
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Esther Preparatory School is a fair walk from Ngong town.  Located away from the busy streets it sits in a rural area, quiet but noticeable.  It's purpose is to provide a quality education to those that are living in severe poverty and affected by HIV/Aids.  Life is not kind to those who cannot always help themselves and the stigma can be cruel and sad.  Even though this school manages to grow, performs well, and make a difference it still every day searches for assistance.  Funding for books, a computer lab, or supporting a lunch program is vitally important within it's daily operation.  Privately operated it receives no financial support from the government and the people who have their children enrolled here cannot always pay for the fees.  The school is dedicated to its students, teachers, and families.   Learn more.......
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
Esther Preparatory School
 
If you would like to use Your PayPal account to donate or sponsor a child use the     following email: loryjacobs@heartsforloveworldwide.org to do so.
 
 
 
 
 
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