The Southern and Eastern Africa Consortium for Monitoring Educational Quality (SACMEQ) is an international non-profit organisation that shares experiences and expertise to develop the capacities of education planners to monitor and evaluate the conditions of schooling and the quality of education.
In Kenya, both public and private high schools cost hundreds of dollars in tuition, boarding, and supplies each year. This means roughly three-quarters all of Kenyans – many of them girls – cannot complete high school because they are poor. The KEF currently sponsors 500 students in over 240 boarding high schools, colleges, and universities across all eight provinces of Kenya.
This site is meant to provide all users with improved access to World Bank data and to make that data easy to find and use. Here you will find statistics about Kenya's educational system, health care system, economy, and other aspects that may be useful to you in your research.
In August 2009, Shining Hope for Communities founded The Kibera School for Girls, the first tuition-free school for girls in Kibera. By providing a superior education, daily nourishment, uniforms, and schools supplies all free of charge, we are able to give the brightest and most at-risk girls the power of hope and education.