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ACCES Beneficiary: Edith Olumasia

My name is EDITH OLUMASAI, I was born and raised in a village called Bukura, Kakamega county in the Western part of Kenya. I am the third born of seven siblings. I spent part of my childhood in the...

ACCES Beneficiary: Manoah Wakhu Bornface

Read Manoah’s powerful life story. He is an ACCES scholar, a husband and a father. He has faced and overcome many life challenges. He wrote this story for you and created a five minute video at the end as...

ACCES Beneficiary: JACOB OMBOYI

Jacob hails from the western region in Kenya. He was born into a very humble family, one which depended on hand to mouth each day for sustenance. His father passed on in 2003 and a year later, his mother...

ACCES Beneficiary: Andrew Ndiema

Beneficiary 2011- 2013 MSBM: Moi University Kapchebon, Mt. Elgon, Bungoma County Andrew is a 4th born in a family of 8 siblings. He is from Mt. Elgon Sub- County, Bungoma County in the western part of Kenya. Andrew’s hope...

ACCES Beneficiary: Miriam Natse

Miriam Natse is the 8th born in a family of 11 siblings. She comes from a polygamous family in which her mother was a housewife, and her father was a farmer supporting multiple wives. The large household and impoverished...

ACCES Beneficiary: Haron Wekesa Wamalwa

Hello. My name is Haron Wekesa Wamalwa, the third born of Roseline Mukhwana and Dismas Barasa. My parents separated in the year 2003, when I was very young. Dad opted to go his way and married a second wife...

To you from Kenya!

View this email in your browser Hello ACCES donors and supporters The purpose of this communication is to provide the first in a series of updates from Kenya where I am working from June 10 to July 18, 2022....

The ACCES Scholarship Selection Process

As Koffi Annan once said, “Education is a human right with immense power to transform. On its foundation rest the cornerstones of freedom, democracy and sustainable human development.” These have been the foundational principles of ACCES. ACCES serves a...

Daniel Opiero

Thank you for providing young, Kenyan scholars with a pathway to a better future. All donations benefit our scholars and are greatly appreciated. Monthly contributions give the added benefit of enabling long-term planning that determines the number of post-secondary...