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25 Years Celebration Medal
25 Years Celebration Medal

Education For All

We rehabilitate and educate children from disadvantaged backgrounds by running a fully supported education programme for over 200 pupils without school fees:

  1. For under 5s, we run an early childhood development centre for 35 children.
  2. Our lower primary school provides education (and food) for 75 children aged 5-10.
  3. 100 children heading households and street-connected children attend our bespoke junior secondary boarding school (including therapy, healthcare, and welfare support).

Our programme is a protective sanctuary for the care and rehabilitation of children in special need of protection. Our education model provides equal opportunities for children who have missed out on education and are unable to fit into normal school systems. Through parent days and home visits, we encourage the involvement of caregivers and guardians to contribute when possible and stay involved in their child’s journey through education.

Vocational & Life Skills

Pepo La Tumaini boys working - Education Programme


At our new Trade and Talent Centre, we run workshops in metalwork, masonry, woodwork, tailoring and painting. Our centre is a hub of trade skill activities, producing uniforms, furniture, and fixtures, for our school. Our aim is to make the centre self-sustainable through the sale of its products to local businesses.

We are nurturing leadership among our young people to help develop accessible skills-based programmes for disadvantaged youth. We are currently providing opportunities for training and creative entrepreneurship for 50 unemployed young people. Vocational training projects are integrated into the education for our boarders to participate in practical skills-based activities.

Training for Youth Entrepreneurship

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Christiane Amanpour - Pepo La Tumaini Jangwani

Christiane Amanpour

CNN, Chief International Anchor

“Since 2004 when I first found Pepo La Tumaini in Kenya, to this day, I am amazed by the sheer force for good this small organisation has become. First, it was only Khadja and her one-woman campaign to save the children whose parents were dying from HIV-AIDS. Now it’s grown into a community powerhouse that deserves all our support. Tumaini stands between these children and the street.”

Christiane Amanpour