To educate and mentor over 400 needy children from North Rift Valley in the next seven years; the students are identified from among orphans, children with disability and from poor families in rural areas.
The North Rift Valley part of Kenya is a semi arid region comprising of 8 drought and insecurity prone counties namely Turkana, West Pokot, Baringo, Trans-nzioa, Uasin Gishu , Elgeyo Marakwet and Nandi.
In order to identify and support a student, ABF adopts a systematic approach, broadly comprising of three phases: Entry Interviews/ Selection Process, fee submission and monitoring.
Entry Interviews into the program are conducted once a year by the stakeholders to identify the needy and brilliant students for the program. Eligible students must have obtained at least 350 marks in KCPE and do not have the resources to proceed to secondary school. School fees for children in the program shall be paid directly to the secondary schools. Once a student is enrolled to ABF program, their performance is monitored continuously to ensure high performance and discipline.
The Foundation monitors its activities regularly through the Project Advisory Committee (PAC). PAC comprises of ABF team, Funding Agencies and Local Administration. This committee meets once in 6 months to review implementation of project and the activities undertaken. Ambassador Bitok Foundation staff efficiently executes detailed report on twice a year in which ‘success stories’ are published and shared with the relevant departments and agencies on an annual basis.
The Chairman ABF Foundation
P.O.Box 1931-30100, Eldoret, Kenya
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