Situated in rural Western Kenya around 3km north-east of the small town of Ngia in Siaya Province.
Working together with the school to pursue a programme of educational development.
Working with the school to improve facilities and quality of education in the community.
Working with the school committee and local community to improve the level of education and school facilities.
Tackling issues of early child education, social welfare and child support throughout the region.
Working with the school to pursue a long-term programme to improve education standards.
Helping to empower Embu County Primary's staff, students and the wider community.
Providing education for hundreds of children from urban slum communities in Embu.
Aiming to gradually renovate and replace the infrastructure to transform facilities and the learning environment.
Tackling the issues of literacy, education and poor school attendance.
Working with the school and community to renew the facilities and integrate the primary with a new secondary school.
Help with the long-term vision of providing secondary level education to all children in the area.
Moving Mountains committed to supporting the build of the Kiamathaga Secondary School in 2011.
Our long-standing vision has been to build a facility which provides specific facilities for handicapped children.
Moving Mountains provides support for around 70 children and young people each year in Kenya to pursue their education.
The Black Cats Sports Programme supports some of the most marginalised and vulnerable young people in Kenya.
Moving Mountains have re-developed Kayieye Primary and built new classrooms for children with special needs, as well ...