Makuka and Makayauni Boys, in Endau Malalani ward, Kitui East beats all odds of poverty and insecurities, gets admission in Starehe Boys Center.
The pupils from the Ndee nation, despite grappling with various obstacles, continues to witness the rise of educational achievements. their journey is not just personal victory; it is a communal celebration of determination, hard work, and the unyielding pursuit of dreams. Their story serves as an inspiration to others facing similar struggles, reinforcing the belief that education remains a powerful catalyst for change.
Gedion Muthoka from Makuka primary scored 402 and Mutisya John Scored 400 marks from Makayauni primary in the last concluded KCPE both thrives even in the face of adversity. Growing up in an environment rifle with economic challenges and constant threat of insecurities.
Starehe Schools’ mission is straightforward: to reverse poverty in a generation – by providing Kenya’s brightest children from the most underprivileged communities with a quality education they would otherwise miss out on; one that opens the doors to University and a secure career beyond.