“I need help and Kenya needs help. We cannot do what I intend to do without your help. I know that, and I know that well,” said Wesley Korir, founder of the Kenyan Kids Foundation.
“We need to go beyond preaching the gospel; we need to help,” said Luke Kiptoo, pastor of the Community Bible Church in Mwaita, Kenya.
“Education is a weapon to fight poverty. That is what I believe in,” said Timothy, 21, who completed Form 4, the U.S. equivalent of 12th grade. “We need to get more donors to the foundation because we have so many kids who are bright, but they lack their (school) fees…Young people are the leaders of tomorrow. If people can continue supporting this organization, we’ll have better leaders who can fight corruption, tribalism, and we’ll have good leadership.”
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