Empower Kenyan Kids
This campaign funds learning activities for students at the Bukholoko School in Bungoma County, Kenya as advocates for wildlife protection and advocates for their future.
Small Solutions Big Ideas provides technology and education to underresourced children in Kenya.
Our mission is to bridge the digital divide. We believe in the power of children and opening hearts and minds through innovative learning programs.
We send XO laptops to the Bukokholo Primary School. We have been developping programs in this community for six years to connect these children to their peers around the globe.
This summer, the Bukokholo Primary School in Kenya is hosting workshops for the children. The workshops will engage them with issues involving poaching and challenges to the endangered African wildlife.
The kids have been researching the wildlife in their country and have discovered that their government can be doing more to help, but aren't. The technology we are providing is expanding their knowledge of the world around them and empowering them to speak up about issues that are important for their futures.
Donations and their Capability:
$60: funds one assistant teacher- trainee for one month.
$60: one tablet for students
$60: one month of internet services
$100: funds one laptops which lasts 5 years in the field
$110: one program teacher leader working 7 days a week.
$800: will fund a trip for 40 students and 20 teachers to a wildlife park. Many of the kids have never seen the elephants and giraffes in the wild.
$5000: Provides 50 tablets and Learning Software for a School. (brck.com)
Education is the key to a better future! Donate today.
“Imagine Africa and the world without any of its wildlfie. It is difficult for many United States citizens to think about the practice of poaching and the detrimental effects it has because poaching is not as pr.evalent in America as it is in Africa. “The United States is second to China in its desire for illegal wildlife parts” though-OneGreenPlanet. Poachers killed over 30,000 elephants last year; if the killing continues at this rate, elephants will be extinct within the next decade. Please support these kids.