SCHOLARSHIP 2020 FRAME PHOTO 2

Speaking during the JKF 2020 cheque presentation event on Thursday, 13th February at the JKF grounds, Education Chief Administrative Officer (CAS) Madam Mumina Bonaya urged the public to buy the foundation’s high quality educational materials and other publications. By so doing this would enable JKF to increase its revenue base, from which the scholarship programme is funded. Ms. Bonaya was representing Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha, CBS at the ceremony.

 

Speaking at the same event, JKF Chairperson of the Board of Directors Mrs. Khadija Awale expressed satisfaction that the Government had stepped in at a critical time and bought some Primary School books for Grade 4 and Classes 5 and 6. She reiterated that the number of beneficiaries is directly proportional to the revenue generation and appealed to the alumni and well-wishers to support the Foundation through purchase of books.

Managing Director Mrs. Rosemary K.A. Barasa, OGW affirmed the JKF scholarships were given purely on merit, and that every effort was made to see to it that the most deserving cases made it to the list of beneficiaries. She affirmed the Foundation’s support of the competency-based curriculum (CBC) now at Grade 5, by producing quality learning materials.

BENEFICIARIES ONLY 2020

Some of the beneficiaries at the event

 

JKF Scholarship Award 2020

Speaking during the JKF 2020 cheque presentation event on Thursday, 13th February at the JKF grounds, Education Chief Administrative Officer (CAS) Madam Mumina Bonaya urged the public to buy the foundation’s high quality educational materials and other publications. By so doing this would enable JKF to increase its revenue base, from which the scholarship programme is funded. Ms. Bonaya was representing Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha, CBS at the ceremony.

Speaking at the same event, JKF Chairperson of the Board of Directors Mrs. Khadija Awale expressed satisfaction that the Government had stepped in at a critical time and bought some Primary School books for Grade 4 and Classes 5 and 6. She reiterated that the number of beneficiaries is directly proportional to the revenue generation and appealed to the alumni and well-wishers to support the Foundation through purchase of books.

Managing Director Mrs. Rosemary K.A. Barasa, OGW affirmed the JKF scholarships were given purely on merit, and that every effort was made to see to it that the most deserving cases made it to the list of beneficiaries. She affirmed the Foundation’s support of the competency-based curriculum (CBC) now at Grade 5, by producing quality learning materials.

Scholarships

The JKF Scholarship Programme is an educational fund set up by The Jomo Kenyatta Foundation (JKF) to assist bright but needy students in public secondary schools in Kenya. Started in 1968, the Programme has to date

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