Children Have No Books and Computers.
Urgent Need Now.
COVID-19 Pandemic has shut down in-person learning at all schools including at Kisii Educational Center.
Currently, COVID-19 has affected everyday life. The victims are in triple digit as per Government of Kenya reports. All children are at home without books, stationaries, drawing materials, crayons, and access to eLearning tools like computers and internet. $50 per child worth of books and supplies is the projected cost. A #LearningGift of $5 or more can be most appreciated.
Through the help of well-wishers and volunteers, we were able to buy a sewing machine and sewed 1000s of #LifeshieldMasks that we distributed directly to all children under our care and the the larger community at Kisii Educational Center, Kisii-Kenya in an effort that was directly coordinated logistically by Armstrong Ongera, Jenn Roznicki , Helen Stokes, Harold H Hensel, Juddy Anyona and many volunteers on the ground and remotely. Under #LifeshieldProtect, we also distributed soap and sanitizers as well as educated children on COVID-19 preventive measures.
Schools will remain shut for several weeks and perhaps months, so we have to take action now to live to our mentor's philosophy:"Education Is The Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use To Change The World"-NELSON MANDELA
DONATE TODAY OR SHARE THE APPEAL TO FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO PRACTICALLY HELP.
#ArmstrongOngeraFoundation Kisii, Kenya
***Take note that every dime will be accounted for. We have zero administration cost as we are all volunteers.