F.P.F.K Kibera (Makina)
Makina opened its doors in 2013
St. Jerome (1st 2005)
St. Jerome was our very first School of Hope which opened in 2005
This is one of our earlier Schools of Hope which opened in May 2009
Glory School of Hope opened its doors in September 2009
The doors opened in October 2009 The community around Silanga area rarely appreciate education hence low response at the beginning.Now 11 years later the SoH is doing really well.
F.P.F.K Good Hope
Opened in 2010
The Dagorreti Muslim Primary in Kawangware, Nairobi is one of our newer Schools of Hope, opening in July 2019.The school itself has 950 pupils which is a huge school by Kenyan standards.
Opened in September 2011
Opened in December 2012
Opened in 2013 Bethel School of Hope and doing really well.
Mukuru is one of the most impoverished informal settlements in Nairobi and is based on the outskirts of the Mukuru slum area. St. Veronica School of Hope opened its doors in September 2015
January 2018 and already has 67 pupils and the numbers are growing rapidly. They have already had 4 life skill sessions, football and rugby sessions.
This School of Hope opened its door in 2016
Kambi Moto Huruma
One of the new Schools of Hope in this area open in 2015 and has been named Bro Dinefwr after the school in Carmarthenshire. There are 80+ children and sports are being played weekly.
Though this SoH opened in 2016, it was burnt down in 2018 and when rebuilt was named George North SoH. It became so popular that we needed to create two shifts. The first, which is earlier in the evening when the (27) primary children attend and then later for the (33) secondary learners.
Opened in 2016, many students come back as volunteers after going on to higher education! Also, a dramatic rise in the number of girl students following the Sanitary Pad Programme !