Welicar School, Kenya

In 2006, the vision to provide a non-fee-paying education for the most destitute children in Kibera was conceived by Elisha Ooga and his supporters who shared the same struggle of growing up in Kibera Slums. Their passion and strong obligation to  give these desperately destitute children some hope of achieving a decent future for themselves outside of the otherwise inevitable constraints of total poverty is seen in the quality care given to the 302 pupils for this school. BAF’s channeling of knowledge and resources for the children to develop their competitive edge through STEM, reading and other programs, including SEL will endorse the meaning of the name WELICAR, “With Education Life Can be Revolutionized.” – https://www.welicareducationalcentre.org

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Bridge Africa Foundation works to promote quality academic and social education for African children between the ages of 4 to 21 years.

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