Built in 2007 by SEED and located in Kibera slum, with two floors, over 80 students, four teachers, two cooks and a meal program twice a day. We are currently in the process of undergoing essential renovations to improve the school’s structure and capacity.
Since 2007, SEED has provided full high school scholarships to 238 high-achieving, low-income students in rural Kenya. This program will be phased out by 2023 to focus our resources on SEED Junior Academy.
Offered to high-achieving, low-income students across Kenya who would otherwise lack the means to afford post-secondary education. This program is being phased out by 2023 to focus our resources on SEED Junior Academy.
In 2010, SEED purchased 12 bicycles for Humwend Secondary School in rural Kenya for students otherwise walking up to one hour to get to school.
With minimal overhead costs, around 93% of donated funds go directly towards our projects.