For less than $3/day, your merit based scholarships donation provides low income families from rural East Africa an opportunity for their youth to receive financial aid, student support, and quality education. This allows motivated students to immediately access higher quality education.
More students are waiting for their chance to learn!
At Asante Africa Foundation we believe that every child has the right to learn grow and succeed in today’s society. In rural East Africa, parents often give boys a priority when it comes to sending a child to school. Our scholarships, given to both boys and girls, provide equal opportunity for rural youth to receive a quality education, giving them a shot at their dreams!
WE PROVIDE SCHOLARSHIPS, NOT SPONSORSHIPS
Our students must meet certain standards to receive a scholarship. The criteria includes academic achievement, good behavior while in school, and ongoing family engagement. By creating expectations, we ensure accountability for the student and offer shared responsibility and support between Asante Africa Foundation staff and community.
- 1 year of tuition (including exam fees)
- Room and board fees
- Learning materials, uniforms, and sanitary products
* All contributions to the Asante Africa Scholarship Program are fully tax-deductible. All donors who provide a full scholarship will receive scholarship reports, student updates, and personalized letters.
Our coordinator will match you with a child that will fit your family.
29 STUDENTS STILL NEED SCHOLARSHIPS
Adrian is the third born in a family of five children of a single mother. His mother is a tea picker at Ngoina Tea Estate.
Adrian shows great commitment and determination towards his education. His favorite subject is geography.
The scholarship will enable him to achieve his dream of becoming a neuro-surgeon.
Zainab is 1 of 3 children. Her parents are divorced. Zainab and her younger brother live with their grandmother. Since the Grandmother is too, old she cannot afford to take care of the children’s needs.
Zainab likes reading and during her free time she visits her friends to exchange ideas.
Her favorite subjects are Kiswahili, English and social studies.
Zainab aspires to be a teacher.
Vedastus lives with his mother, siblings and grandfather. His father died when Vedastus was young. His mother is a street vendor and has a low income and cannot afford to send Vedastus to school.
When Vedastus is not studying, he likes to play soccer, dance and listen to music.
Vedastus dreams of being a professional soccer player!
Bakari is a 10 year old boy who suffers from albinism. His parents are very poor and cannot support his education nor protective clothing to protect him from the dangers of the sun.
In his spare time, he likes to play soccer. Bakari also likes science and social studies.
Bakari’s dream is to someday become a teacher or police officer.
John is the oldest in a family of 4 children. Since his father has drinking problems, his mother is solely responsible for the children. Instead of joining the moran (Maasai warrior training) as his parents wanted, John repeated class 8 and was given a scholarship so he could advance to secondary school.
John loves to play football and read story books. His favorite subject is computer science.
His dream is to become an engineer.
Manuella is one of nine children. She has four brothers and four sisters, only two of whom are enrolled in school. Manuella’s parents largely perform menial jobs and sell traditional beer to earn a living.
Manuella’s favorite subject is Kiswahili. In the future, Manuella aspires to be President of Kenya!
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