Overview

  • Malaria is the number one killer of children and women in Kenya.
  • 75% of Kenya’s population are under 30 years of age.
  • The inability to pay school fees is the main reason why Kenyan children leave school early.
  • The four public and ten private universities in Kenya can only accommodate less than half of those seeking post-secondary education.
Kenya

Kenya

Walindwa is committed to helping qualified African mission organizations or non-governmental organizations that further our purpose of benefiting the children in the Rift Valley Province.

Past support has focused on Elma Barnett Children’s Centre Kamonong (EBCCK), which is home to 60 children and youth who come from non-functioning or deceased parents. It is located on 9.3 acres in the Rift Valley Province, Nakuru district, and served by 7 staff members and 8 Kamonong community board members.   Walindwa’s program development model will be to provide support for programs at EBCCK and measure the success of each one carefully in this contained environment.  If the program is successful then we will consider the feasibility of expanding the program to larger communities.

Walindwa Charitable Corporation was incorporated in the State of California in February 2012 and is a tax exempt non-profit organization, Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.