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Provides an Analysis of the requirements of grantors who offer scholarships for Secondary Education in Kenya

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beyond the debates sustaining philanthropy in the kenyan education sector
Beyond the Debates: Sustaining Philanthropy in the Kenyan Education Sector

Overview of Scholarships Requirements in Kenya

Presented at the Givers’ Lounge Held on 15/02/2012

By

Nicanor Sabula, Chief Executive Officer, EAAG

objectives of presentation
Objectives of presentation
  • To Provide an Analysis of the requirements of grantors who offer scholarships for Secondary Education in Kenya
  • Aim is to Demonstrate that there exist a possibility of many deserving poor students being left out by the requirements set by grantors.
approach
Approach
  • Presentation will review requirements from the
    • Corporate Foundations
    • Community Foundations/Trusts
    • Family/Individual Foundations/Trusts
    • Faith based
observation conclusion
Observation & Conclusion
  • There is Increased interest from Corporate Foundations
  • Corporate Foundations increasingly administering own scholarship programmes
  • Community Foundations seem to have lowered pass marks. Why? Could it be that they come face to face with poverty in communities they work with?
  • Family Foundations seem to lay emphasis on high marks perhaps owing to personal beliefs of the founder/s
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