Somewhere in Kenya, one of the most brilliant minds of our lifetime issitting under a tree while other children are in school receiving an education. This special child and many others like him are not going to school because of circumstances that are beyond their control.
Most are orphans or come from families who cannot afford to send their children to school. KOI believes it is our moral obligation to minister to these abandoned children who, if given a chance to compete with their peers, could one day become part of the team that cures cancer or brings some innovation to the world that makes it a better place. Join us in our mission to educate “the least of these” and make a difference in the lives of African children, their communities, and the world.
KOI adheres to the principals described in the book “When Helping Hurts” by Steve Corbett and Brain Fikkert. Consequently, all students awarded scholarships must maintain an acceptable level of academic excellence in order to retain their scholarships.