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Kenya's Orphan & Education Crisis

KENYANORPHANS & THE EDUCATION CRISIS 2.4 MILLION ORPHANS AS OF 2011 THERE ARE 2.4 MILLION ORPHANS REPRESENTING NEARLY ONE THIRD OF ALL CHILDREN IN KENYA 5.7% ORPHANS MATERNAL 3.6% ORPHANS 73.4% ORPHANED TO HIV/AIDS PATERNAL 4.9% DOUBLE ORPHANS NATIONALEDUCATION Primary School (K-8) 86.6% males complete 86.2% females complete Secondary School (High School) 73.4% 9,746,568 males with NO SECONDARY EDUCATION 76.7% 9,758,323 females with NO SECONDARY EDUCATION 464,755 470,741 NO EDUCATION AT ALL NO EDUCATION AT ALL MOMBASAEDUCATION TOTAL POPULATION * 939,370 544,444 AGED 15+ 32.5% 83.8% 11% 48,435 CHILDREN DON'T FINISH PRIMARY EDUCATION 69,679 CHILDREN 103,444 AGED 15+ DON'T FINISH SECONDARY EDUCATION CANNOT READ OR WRITE © 2011 Jukumuletu Education & Social Program LEARN MORE AT WWW.JUKUMULETU.ORG Jukumu Letu in Swahili means "Our Duty" and is a non-profit organization founded in Canada for the sole purpose of assisting youth in Kenya with secular education. The goal of the charity is to help needy orphans from falling amongst the growing number of high-school drop outs and to open up the means for them to grow & JUKUMUIETU mature into role models in our society. The charity is now officially OUR DUTY registered in Canada & Kenya as a non-profit organization.

Kenya's Orphan & Education Crisis

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Kenya's Orphan Crisis, where 1/3rd of all children are orphans and the education crisis in Kenya.




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