Back to School 2024: Scholarships for Kids in Kenya
Article by The Editor
3rd Jan, 2024 at 9:26AM
With KCSE and KCPE results out, here's a list of Scholarships financially struggling students in Kenya can look intoMinistry of Education Scholarship FundThe Ministry of Education has a scholarship fund available for high schoolers and young Kenyans transitioning to university/college.County Governments of Kenya Bursary ProgrammesCounty governments offer a bursary program that requires applicants to fill out forms accessible via the official county government websites or by visiting the County government offices in their respective counties or any Chief/Sub-Chief's office.Constituency Development FundManaged by local members of parliament, the Constituency Development Fund bursary scheme is aimed at the most needy students in the constituency, providing tuition fees for public secondary schools.Jomo Kenyatta FoundationEstablished in 1968, the JKF Scholarship Programme focuses on improving access to education and transition for academically promising Kenyan orphans and children from poor vulnerable backgrounds in public secondary schools, offering scholarships and mentorship.Wings to FlyThe Wings to Fly scholarship program, initiated by the Equity Group and Mastercard Foundation (MCF), aims to support financially challenged top-performing children in accessing secondary education. Through various partners, the program also provides leadership training to previously marginalized children across all countiesKCB ScholarshipsThe KCB Foundation annually targets 240 beneficiaries for secondary education scholarships, with 40 of these scholarships dedicated to students with physical challenges, offering a full scholarship for four years of secondary education.