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The mission of K.S.A.A is to educate orphans and other needy high school students throughout Kenya by providing tuition scholarships.
K.S.A.A. (Kenya Society for Academic Advancement) is a non-profit organization based in Minneapolis, MN. The organization was founded in 2006 and is run solely by volunteers.
The mission of K.S.A.A is to educate orphans and other needy high school students throughout Kenya by providing tuition scholarships. Because high school education is not free in Kenya, and is unaffordable for many families, many young people are not able to attend high school. As such their full-potential for contributing to the communities’ growth is not realized. The result - families and communities that are ridden with and destroyed by illiteracy, poverty and disease.
To date we have seen three students successfully through their high school education and currently have 12 students from different parts of Kenya receiving tuition scholarships.