Our Projects

Educate the kids want to provide hope, encouragement and opportunity for children who need a little hand up. Sometimes we have to go the extra mile to make this happen…

Contact us if you want to help

They are coming back! Singing Children of Africa 2017
Yes the Singing Children of Africa will be back in the UK this September if all goes to plan!  This will be a shorter tour
Singing Children of Africa
The 2016 Smile Tour is now finished and the children have all safely returned home. We know how much you all miss them! The children have loved being in the U.K. and have worked really hard,[...]
Equal Rights for Women
Educate the kids are aware that some elements of traditional ‘African Culture’ may be a threat to the progress of women’s rights in Africa and that sexual discrimination remains widespread. Customary law, for instance, gives black[...]
Going the extra mile
The charity is well known through out the village and we often spend time in the village distributing clothes, shoes and whatever you have donated and we can manage to transport in our suitcases! Contact[...]
Computers
Dust is a real problem for computers in Africa; we have a few desktops which are well maintained and a couple of laptops that have been generously donated. One of our ambitions is to have[...]
Secondary School
Secondary schools in Kenya fall into three categories – government funded, harambee and private. Government funded schools are divided into national, provincial and district levels. Harambee schools do not receive full funding from the government[...]
Clean drinking water
One of life necessities. The charity dug a borehole and installed a well and pump providing water for the school and surrounding villagers. Make a donation[...]
Playground
This is one of our recent projects, in the early days the playground was flat but over time rough coral has worked its way to the surface, which was hazardous, especially to play on! Some[...]
Porridge & Lunch Programme
Life is hard for these children and we recognise that education is nought if you don’t have food in your belly. We introduced the porridge programme to ensure that all children had something to eat[...]