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Sponsorship Programme, Year 2014

By the end of 2014 we had 16 Primary Students, 3 Special Needs Students, 111 Secondary Students, 32 Third Level Students (University), and 29 Third Level Students (College), all making a total of 191 students. School fees was/is still high but we managed to settle all the students in their respective institutes with your generous donations!

Mudzalifa Khalid - Multimedia University of Kenya

George Jilani Mwamuye - University of Nairobi

Above are two of many ACTS sponsored students who qualified to join University in September 2014.

Mudzalifa Khalid (left) has been sponsored by ACTS throughout her primary and secondary education and has been admitted to the Multimedia University of Kenya for a course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Commerce!

George Jilani Mwamuye (right) has also been sponsored by ACTS throughout his primary and secondary education and is currently admitted to the University of Nairobi for a course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery!

Many thanks go to all our sponsors for their overwhelming support towards the journey of success to these needy ones. Their dreams are valid!

Read more about our Sponsorship Programme.

School Support Programme in Phase 3!

ACTS Sponsored Read Charity Action

Phase 3 of the renovation of one of our target primary schools has kicked off!

Many thanks go to Louis Dreyfus team for their generosity in funding this venture, which in turn benefits ACTS programmes.

See all our school support programmes..

Breaburn Mombasa

Children helping Children

On Friday 21st of November 2014, Braeburn held another Non-Uniform Day in favour of ACTS.

The students pay a minimum of 100 Ksh for the privilege of being allowed to come to school in home clothes. This way they raised 19,150 Ksh, which will be used for the Porridge Programme.

A big thank you to Braeburn for their continued support!

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Porridge Programme feeding over 600 children!

ACTS Porridge Programme

ACTS Porridge Programme 2

Lunch and Porridge are provided to students in four schools.

Over 600 kindergarden and special needs students take porridge and we also offer lunch to some students (special cases) in one of our schools who cannot afford one meal in their homes hence making it very difficult to concentrate in class.

Get the full story on our Porridge Programme..

Many thanks go to Dr. Gita Shah, Dr. Chamia of Jocham Hospital, Mariam of the Mombasa Redcross and Dr. Aabid Ahmed of Bomu Hospital who came to our aid when we desperately needed medical attention for two of our students. Your free consultation and admission to hospital were greatly appreciated by ACTS staff.

Thanks go to Anjna Sabharwal and Razea Datoo for their help and generous donations to the overall cost of drugs etc.

The girls are back to school and in good health!

Thank You to the Medical Programme Supporters!

Read more on our medical programme..

ACTS Scholars Day:

ACTS Scholars Day

David Oyoo (left) sponsored by ACTS and currently offered admission in Chuka University to pursue a degree in Bachelor of Science (Agricultural Economics) was the speaker of the day. He gave a motivational talk to the students, urging them not to look where they come from and the challenges they face, but to focus ahead and at the end of the tunnel they will find the light that will put a smile on their faces.

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This time it happened in the ACTS office! Parents were called in groups and on different dates. Gloria had time to discuss the performance of each student with their parents. Parents were cautioned that a child’s performance depends on the parents contribution towards the child’s education! She insisted that while ACTS does their side, parents should do their part and students their part too. We came to an agreement and they all left very happy parents.

ACTS Parents Day.

ACTS Parents Day

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ACTS become beneficiaries of the Global Party!

ACTS Global Party Banners

La Marina Restaurant in Mtwapa-Kenya hosted a cocktail party as part of the Global Party 2014 and they choose ACTS to be the beneficiaries of monies raised during the event. Half of the amount raised is to be donated to ACTS.

A big thank you to the Director of the La Marina Restaurant for choosing ACTS to benefit from this event!

Read more on the Global Party Event..

ACTS Global Party Banners


Mumta-Patel- Runner-up

Mat-Thonger-Winner Scored 43 points

ACTS Golf Day at Vipingo Ridge - 700,000 Kshs raised!

The ACTS Golf Day was held on the 12th of December 2014 at Vipingo Ridge. The competition was Stableford and attracted a field of 60 players. It was a very successful day and thanks to our wonderful group of sponsors, we managed to raise Kshs 700,000.

Vipingo Ridge hosted the day beautifully and we had a running lunch for players to enjoy whether they had teed off in the morning or the afternoon. Light snacks were then served later in the afternoon and in to the evening when we held the prize giving. The competition was won by Matt Thonger with a score of 43 points. Mumta Patel was the runner up and the third prize was won by Ismail Gulamali.

A very big thank you to Vipingo Ridge for allowing us to use their superb course and we very much hope to hold the event again this year!

Read about other ACTS Charity events..

This is one of the success stories among many! Bevan (left) is an orphan raised by her aunt (sister to her late father). There are five siblings in the family and all are ACTS sponsored. ACTS took her from Primary school right through college, she achieved a Diploma in Community Health and H.I.V Management. She is currently working with a government institute. Bevan now helps her aunt in paying house rent and other bills.

ACTS Success Story
Non-Uniform Day at Braeburn Mombasa International School

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ACTS aims for 2015:

  • Sourcing more sponsors to enable us enroll as many needy form one students as possible, who performed very well in their KCPE but are unable to join secondary school due to poverty.
  • Finding funds to help more third level students as we have many waiting to join colleges. NB: ACTS website is almost done and we are sourcing for a sponsor to support us maintain it.

Thank You!

ACTS would like to thank all the Donors; Sponsors; Corporate businesses and the Volunteers who make it possible to provide education for the needy in our target area Kongowea Mombasa Kenya.

The beneficiaries of the charity; ACTS Scholars will be forever indebted to all of you who have made it possible for them to defy poverty through education! The lunch and porridge programmes motivate the children and give them a reason to wake up and go to school each day!