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SERGOEK School, Chepkanga

SERGOEK School in Chepkanga

SERGOEK School, Chepkanga

Saint Elizabeth college had its’ first woman student in 2001,
Sergoek welcomed 28 students 1 year after opening and today 600 + trainees register every year.

Or partnership with the Uasin Gishu County government has been crucial to this spectacular develpment.

2021 in numbers :
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Acreage: 2 acres

Flyer of 1rst Graduation
Flyer of 1rst Graduation
SERGOEK SCHOOL students
SERGOEK SCHOOL students
Star Student in front of Sergoek Polytechnic march 2016
Star Student in front of Sergoek Polytechnic march 2016
SERGOEK SCHOOL Staff
SERGOEK SCHOOL Staff
SERGOEK SCHOOL Plumbing Student1rst Prize winner in the County
SERGOEK SCHOOL Plumbing Student1rst Prize winner in the County

KOSHIN school, Koshin

KOSHIN Workshops now ready for use

KOSHIN school, Koshin

Upon pening in early 2018, 20 students had enrolled in the school.

The number increased to 72 in the second quarter of the same year and 300 were admitted in the 3rd quarter. 
Here the partnership with the national government has been an essential part of this higher-level national Institution.

2021 in numbers:
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Acreage: 5 acres

TESTIMONIALS

Teachers

Students

Elders

Teachers

“This school is building confidence in them – now there is none. This training will go a long way. They’ll own it. It’s the first of its kind in this area. Somebody, somewhere, is thinking about them.”
Ambrose Murgor, Headmaster of Lelit Primary School, feeder school

Students

“Imagine– we are paying very little but getting a lot of knowledge”. Like the 6 new computer students, 3 hair-dressing students (including 1 man), and 5 Tailoring students, she feels that without this support, she would never have the opportunity to learn new skills today.
Samwel, 17 year-old student in Hair Dressing & Beauty Therapy

“I joined the school and it has changed my standard of living from where I came from. We have hope for future developments through what we are getting from Rafiki Ya Maisha considering all their efforts and the recent donations which has uplifted our lives”
Luke Kimutai, 24 years

“I came from a poor remote family in Marakwet. I believe that the youth have been uplifted and empowered through this school and the efforts of Rafiki Ya Maisha. I will forever be thankful for their initiative in supporting the youth and community at large. Thank you and God Bless you.”
Jane Jepchumba, 21 years

 “We recieved advanced electronic sewing machines from Rafiki Ya Maisha which were faster and more effective and I am glad that later on I shall be able to be employed in a big factory because I have the knowledge in using these machines which are also used there. I thank God for Rafiki Ya Maisha and their donations in helping me empower myself to be able to compete with others in life.”
Judith Kiprob, 19 years

Elders

“It seems now that we are very encouraged to do something. Every day is different, not like the bank work. In fact, I like this better! It’s giving me a lot of energy now. You know, when you retire, you just sit. You get sick. I’m very thankful and I don’t know how to thank you. This lot would have been idle.
I would have been home, idle also. But now I’m busy running this. I’m up early, running to town, going to Chepkanga, spending a lot of energy. My son is here too. It’s good for the whole family and the country. Tell your friends how grateful we are.”
Helen Kiptoo, 55 years