Learn For Life Kenya Co-Founder, Anne Muindi-Shemenski, honors her father's memory by sharing the impact he had on her family and many thousands more.
Young Kenyans reflect on launching small businesses in our May 2017 Newsletter.
March was a busy month as we launched two small businesses with our THAA partners!
Christopher Mwaniki, Tumaini-Huruma Alumni Association's Secretary, takes us on a tour of the Tumaini Chicken Coop. Learn for Life Kenya is helping this young group of entrepreneurs launch a poultry farm in Spring 2017. Our goal is to raise 1000 chickens to fill this coop.
Seventeen-year-old Jane Wairimu tells us about her dreams, how you can help her achieve them, and why vocational training matters to her.
This is the beginning of a video series all about the children from disadvantaged communities in Nyeri, Kenya, who are serviced by the children's shelters under Tumaini Children's Ministry.
It is the goal of Learn for Life Kenya to help these youth -- and youth in surrounding areas -- receive much-needed job training after they graduate from secondary school.
At the moment, Learn for Life Kenya is constructing a vocational training center in Nyeri, Kenya to help these youth realize their dreams.
Alex Lee, son of Learn for Life Kenya President Bonnie Lee, introduces you to the Kenyan children he's "grown up with" during the past several years. Alex truly has a heart for helping these kids improve their lives, and his enthusiasm is catching as he encourages you to consider helping these young people as well.
View an introduction to L4LK by Bonnie Lee, President and Co-Founder: