educate the children of Kenya
In Kenya, many children drop out of the free, public elementary schools before reaching eighth grade because of needs for school uniforms and shoes, books, pencils and notebooks. Many families cannot afford to provide their children with these necessities for school.
Public classrooms are overflowing, and one poorly paid teacher must often handle a class with 60 to 80 pupils or more.
There are also a lack of desks for many students, who sometimes have to sit on the dirty floors, and books and maps can be scarce.