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Field Visit Report 2021

Lodwar Boys High School

Lodwar Boys High School is a boys only public national boarding secondary school located in Lodwar Town in Turkana county, Kenya.

The school was founded in 1964 by the Central government to help the boys in the region to acquire quality education. It is currently a four-streamed school that sends a good number of its students to local universities via direct entry.

SSYEP sponsors Monykong (on my right) and his younger brother, Anur (on my left). They are both in 12th grade this year.


Katilu Boys High School

Katilu Boys Secondary School is a Public
Secondary School, located in Katilu business center south of Lodwar Town, Turkana South Constituency in Turkana County, Kenya.

No details are available on when this school was established, but it performs really well in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE).

SSYEP sponsors Shadrack (far end on my left), Chan (immediately my left), John (immediately on my right), and Ngor (far end on my right). They are all in the 11th grade this year.


Manor House High School

Manor House High School is a Private
Secondary School, located near Kitale Town, Saboti Constituency in Trans Nzoia County.

This school is owned by an Indian business family. The principal is an Indian man who has been running this school for years.

Their admission criteria is not that discriminatory based on the Kenya Certificate of Primary Examination (KCPE) results like public schools do.

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Kapsabet Boys High School

The school was founded in 1925 as the
Government African School (GAS).

It is one of the oldest high schools in Kenya. It was established to cater to African students at a time when schools were still segregated by the British colonialists.

It has undergone many transformations over the past century. The old school campus where the school first stood is now used as a primary school, Kapsabet High Primary School.

SSYEP sponsors Deng (on my right). On my left is Francis Miaker, my cousin, who was visiting with me.


Kipkabus Secondary School

Kipkabus Secondary School is a religious
organization sponsored boys boarding school located in Kaplelach Sub location, in Uasi Gishu County.

The school claims to prepare students to make a positive contribution to the development of the society and to acquire the values of national patriotism, self-respect, self-reliance, cooperation, adaptability, a sense of purpose, and self-discipline.

SSYEP sponsors Diran (on my right) and his brother, Arop (on my left).


Kakamega High School

Kakamega High School is a boys only National boarding secondary school located in Lurambi Constituency,
Kakamega County. The school sits on a 95 acre piece of land.

Kakamega High School claims to prepare students to make a positive contribution to the development of the
society and to acquire the values of national patriotism, self-respect, self-reliance, cooperation, adaptability, a
sense of purpose and self-discipline.

Kakamega High School is a public secondary school and is funded by the government of Kenya. It is managed through a board of governors and parent-teacher associations (PTA).

SSYEP sponsors Miakuach to Kakamega High School.
He is in the picture with me.


Karima Girls High School

Karima Girls High School is a girls only public boarding secondary school located in Kinangop in Nyandarua county, Kenya.

The school was started in 1969 on a piece of land donated by Sir Humphrey Slade, who was a white settler, then a speaker of the legislative assembly.

Karima GHS started with only seven girls and a headmaster. Over the years, it has grown to be the academic giant it is today. It is currently a 6 streamed national school.

SSYEP sponsors Achai in this school. Achai is the only female student in our program so far.


Kenya Medical Training College

KMTC is a college that enrolls students to obtain certificates, diplomas and post basic diploma credentials.

The college has been accredited by the
Ministry of Education and is managed by the Ministry of Health.

KMTC operates on an academic calendar with two distinct semesters. The first semester begins in early September and runs to late January. The second semester begins in early February and continues to late July.

KMTC students use a combination of the department's course number and the number assigned to the class to
identify their subjects.

SSYEP sponsors Juang to study clinical medicine for three years. Upon completion, Juang will work as a
clinical officer.


Kakuma Arid Zone School

Kakuma Arid Zone Primary School is an ordinary public educational institution in Turkana North, Kenya.

Kakuma Arid Zone is managed by the central government and offers Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).

KCPE is controlled by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) under the Ministry of Education.

SSYEP sponsors Babacho Mama to Kakuma Arid Zone Primary School.

Mama’s unique story is linked below:

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