KSF International Alumni & Students
In 2011, Judy Njogu, a KSF Scholarship recipient, excelled to graduate as her class valedictorian and top student in the entire country. She is pursuing a Medical Degree at the University of Nairobi.
John Muthama was KSF International’s first male scholarship recipient. He now works at Garden of Hope and is pursuing catering.
Akiba School alumna Peninah Wambui is now a gospel recording artist in Nairobi, Kenya.
“Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.”
David Munyambu thanked KSF International via Facebook, saying,
“I am a KSF beneficiary saying thank you because you have been a major cause of change in my life. I am now able to study peacefully thanks to all who contribute. I am now confident in saying that I will pass in my final examinations which are just around the corner. May God bless anyone who is involved in transforming the lives of the less fortunate.”
With the help of Rotary Clubs of Karen & Langata, Nairobi, KSF International assisted Peterson Njamunge, a brilliant young man, to raise his airfare to Cleveland, Ohio, USA to join Oberlin College on a full scholarship, which he had obtained himself. While waiting for college admission, Peterson wrote Biology Essays Q&A for East African High Schools. Publishing house Longman classified him as Kenya’s Best/Youngest authors. To give back, in 2011, he founded Kenya Reads, a non-profit organization promoting literacy to rural slums of Kenya. He graduated in May 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts, Africana Studies. His BA is in humanities, but he also has substantial experience in biological sciences and research. KSF International is extremely proud of Peterson.