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Kenya Works works with thousands of students in Kenya
Kenya Works brings job skills to the unskilled
Education Empowers. Kenyan children and adults want to learn and to earn. Kenya Works
was established to boost Kenya’s poorest onto the bottom rung of the economic ladder by
learning and earning. Kenya Works started in 2004 because a Wisconsin woman, Mary
Stusek, believed with all her heart that to ignore Africa’s poverty is genocide from a distance.
Kenya Works plans to expand vocational training by adding classes in agri-business, welding,
carpentry and auto mechanics. Kenya Works will open a community library in Naro Moru
which will place a strong emphasis on vocational training resources including Internet access.
Kenya Works was established to provide the necessary tools for those Kenyans who live in
extreme poverty and need extended to them a lifeline of learning, opportunity and hope. We
take our responsibility seriously. Read More