The Polytechnic provides 250 youngsters with the skills they need to earn a living, whether as tailors (like Kubwa in the photo), or welders, mechanics or secretaries.
Each year, Naivasha Polytechnic helps 250 young people from poor families get the training they need to succeed in life, whether as tailors (like Kubwa in the photo), or welders, mechanics or secretaries.
Children whose home is in the slum need extra help. Free school meals boost their health so they have fewer days off sick. This means they get a better education, better exam results and the chance of ultimately getting a job which will help them escape a life of poverty.
THE SUNSHINE CENTRE
Joseph is one of 140 former street boys who now have a home, good food, warm beds and an education, thanks to the Sunshine Centre.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE YOU WILL BE HELPING
You'll meet some of them when you take part in the Kenya International Marafun.
Funds raised will be used to buys food, pay for education and fund capital projects.
BISHOP WAMBARI GIRLS' SCHOOL
School fees are kept as low as possible to allow 400 girls from poorer homes the opportunity to benefit from a high class secondary school education and the chance to succeed in life.