Light School partners with US organisation to educate children

URIRI, KENYA: Light school in Uriri has announced partnership with US based 501( C) 3 charitable organizations (Arrive) to rescue, protect and educate vulnerable children from rural Kenya.

The school currently has 43 orphans and 15 street children and expects to attain 20 street children by the end of the year to be accommodated at Light Home of Hope in Uriri.

“We are glad to have Arrive on board, this will help put hope to most vulnerable kids in the society, through this partnership we will give them opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills to enable them lead meaningful life in the future,” says Jackson Bambo, Founder and Director of Light Uriri.

“Arrive will support construction of children home, education sponsorship both primary and secondary level and also mobilise volunteers for the home and the school,” he explains.

He added that the partnership is a pool of men and women, young and old change makers of the 21st century, gathering people with a clear vision of tomorrow’s uriri. “With our projects, we are tackling topics that are important for African child, starting new initiatives and overcoming challenges of today’s society.”

To enable the home offer quality support to orphans and street children, the founders constantly is looking for supporters. “By supporting our work, partners are assisting us in the constant process of uncovering the potential of our children and in the development of initiatives, as well as the implementation of our projects, which strive to have a real impact on rural society.”

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