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6 months ago
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As the rest of Africa commemorate the Day of the African Child today the 16th June 2018, Kickstart Kilifi was not left behind either akin this year’s theme “Leave No Child Behind for Africa’s ... See more

6 months ago
Durian NG

We celebrate with all the children around the world. With so much love from Imafon community.

Happy children's day!

#ruraliscool #DurianNigeria #Durian #ruraldevelopment #Madinitiative #Children ... See more

7 months ago
Pwani Faces

One of the faces transforming lives in Kilifi, Kenya. We are proud to have you mama. Keep up the good ... See more

While many people may think that volunteering is a waste of time because it doesn't earn you a pay-cheque nor academic accolades, Elizabeth believes that it opens immense opportunities especially ... See more

7 months ago
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Giving Back to the Community
Our founder was one of the invited guests during the Kesho Kenya Career day on the 20/4/2018. It was an awesome day for Kesho Kenya students who were able to meet up with ... See more

8 months ago
www.kickstartkilifi.org

Dear readers, supporters, and friends of Kickstart Kilifi, it is time for our first quarter newsletter, 2018. Click the link below to see our highlights for the past three ... See more

8 months ago
Photos from Kickstart Kilifi's post

We had an interactive and inspirational Day yesterday at Ganze, During the Kilifi County Form Four Leavers Forum dubbed “After KCSE, what Next???” It is a 7 weeks series of talks and exchange of ... See more

8 months ago

We had an interactive and inspirational Day yesterday at Ganze, During the Kilifi County Form Four Leavers Forum dubbed “After KCSE, what Next???” It is a 7 weeks series of talks and exchange of ... See more

8 months ago

Dear Friends let's meet tomorrow at Pwani University.
#Kilifinortheducationalconference
#Nochildisleftbehind
#Educationmatters

9 months ago
Kanthari

Henry MKare from Kenya was a child laborer who turned into a university-graduate. His passion is education! After joining high school, Henry lost his dad. Being the oldest in his family, he became ... See more

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