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Elevating the lives of Kenyan girls through the promise of education and a bright future.

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The Imbirikani Girls High School is successful because it provides the
much-needed education that yields opportunities for these girls. 

You will be able to communicate with the student through our website, so you will see the impact of your generosity.

IMBIRIKANI GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL

The Imbirikani Girls High School began in 2004 as a result of a study commissioned by Clyde and Betsy Jackson to investigate the educational needs of Maasai children living in the Imbirikani Group Ranch area of southwest Kenya. Because 98% of girls in this area do not have educational opportunities after primary school, most young women enter into early marriages (ages 14-15) and are subjected to a life of child bearing and hard physical labor. With the promise of continuing education, these girls can have hope for a more promising future.

ABOUT THE SCHOOL

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