We believe the best way to tackle the orphan crisis in Kenya is from every angle.
Through the Treasure House and our scholarship program with young people we are helping to break the cycle of poverty. By equipping our youth with the Gospel of Jesus, valuable life skills, and purpose, they gain a brighter future. From vulnerability to victory, they become less likely to engage in a negative lifestyle.
We realize few are in the position to sponsor the complete education of a child. Thankfully, many donors working together makes each child's dream come true.
Due to the intensity of a one-on-one sponsorship program, we offer group sponsorship. When you sponsor our education program you are helping to provide a life-changing opportunity for each child in that group.
Primary School Sponsorships
Our primary students are between the ages of 5 - 13 years old. Most of our primary students attend boarding or day schools in Nairobi, Kenya.
The monthly cost of an education scholarship is $50 for a primary student. This includes a new uniform and school supplies.
Secondary School Sponsorships
University Student Sponsorships
Our secondary students are between the ages of 14 - 18 years old. Most of our secondary students attend boarding or day schools in Nairobi, Kenya.
The monthly cost of an education scholarship is $50 for a secondary student. This includes a new uniform and school supplies.
Our university and trade school students are typically between the ages of 18 - 22 years old. With a career goal in mind, many are determined to complete their college credits and gain a diploma. They are breaking the cycle of poverty for their future families.
Teachers, hair stylists, travel and tourism agents, and massage therapists have all graduated from ITHM-Africa's program. Many are working in their chosen field of education or are currently looking for employment.
The monthly cost of an education scholarship is $160 for a university student. This includes school fees and living expenses.
"I came to realize that I still have a future and that wasn't the end of life. I was able to find another family known as ITHM."
- Letty Omondi, graduated ITHM University Sponsorship Student