PR & CSR: Education for All Children (EFAC)
With a desire to build a stronger community of servant leaders, ANU, in partnership with the Education for All Children programme, has since 2008 provided scholarships to high school students in eight different schools across the country. Currently, the programme has placed scholars in Starehe Girls Center, Naivasha Girls, Bahati Girls in Nakuru, Vanessa Grant School in Nakuru, Rongai Boys Secondary School in Nakuru, Kaaga Boys in Meru and Kijabe Boys.
Referred to as 'the scholars,' the beneficiaries of the EFAC programme have been drawn from different parts of the country. The programme admits students who score a mean grade of 350 but considers children from remote areas where schools are not well established. From these areas, we admit the highest scorers irrespective of their marks.
Our 'scholars' must provide proof that they would not be able to afford school. To date, out of the 95 scholars present, 50% are orphaned.
To build a community of servant leaders to transform their communities--'the scholars' meet once a year at the ANU main campus to network, get to know each other and train for leadership.
For application for 2012, please contact
Africa Nazarene University,
OR Send a letter to:
P. O. Box 53067 – 00200 Nairobi
Criteria for Beneficiaries
- Strong academics
- Strong character
- Commitment to community service
Partnering the ANU/EFAC Program
The programme is seeking to link 'the scholars' with a professional mentor. This is someone with whom they can identify as they pursue their dreams, someone who can guide them in making the right choices. Please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the EFAC programme visit the Website: http://www.educationforallchildren.org