Deep life impact- It’s the strength of our all girls boarding school in Kenya. Uhuru Girls Secondary School is located 45 minutes outside of Nairobi in Tigoni, Kenya. Since 2019 our school has been the top private school in the region. Our staff are passionate about giving both an excellent academic education and providing Christian Discipleship.
Uhuru Girls Secondary School was launched in 2013. It has given a life changing education to hundreds of students. Over 60% of these youth are bright girls from impoverished backgrounds. They would not be able to go to secondary school because each family’s income averages $0.68 per day. (The cost of a coca-cola in Kenya is 50 cents.) With your help, Freedom Global gives education scholarships to amazing young women with great potential but little opportunity.
Want to see our school? Click and drag the video screen to get a 360 degree view of our classrooms, dining hall, chapel and much more. (On a phone not showing the 360 view? Open the video “Uhuru Academy 360- Freedom Global” in the YouTube app or on VR Goggles.)
Consider giving $38 per month to sponsor a student. This sum, less than taking your family to a movie, will join with others giving a partial year’s scholarship to enable a student’s academic journey in Uhuru Academy. Your $38 per month provides. a home to a student, 510 meals, a first class secondary education, and Christian discipleship for 170 days. It also allows Freedom Global to give healthy raises to our teachers, provides teaching equipment ( books, desks, testing materials, etc) to better serve each scholarship student. If you are able to give more, a full student scholarship is $175 per month ($2,100 annually), covering a student’s expenses for a full year.
We want you to build a relationship with your student. As a sponsor you can Zoom with your student and write her letters.
See how far your donation can go.
Click and drag the video screen to get a 360 degree view of Joan’s home and Uhuru Girls Secondary School. (On a phone not showing the 360 view? Open the video “Joan’s 360 Story” in the YouTube app.)
Below are students who are receiving an academic scholarship.