Kibabii University

ACCESS Kenya Commits to Support More Bright Students Across Universities

Executives from African Canadian Continuing Education Society (ACCESS, Kenya) paid a courtesy call on the Vice Chancellor on Wednesday 24th November, 2021. The team, led by the Executive Director Mr. Kevin Fadum was received by Prof. Stanley Ngome Mutsotso on behalf of the Vice Chancellor. 

ACCESS Kenya supports bright Kenyan students from the most vulnerable backgrounds through a Post-Secondary Scholarship Program by providing partial scholarships, ensuring that they are able to complete their full course of studies.

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According to Mr. Fadum, since 1993, more than 4,000 students have graduated from various universities and colleges with the help of the scholarship, many of whom have gone on to become top achievers in their professions. At Kibabii University, the program supports 16 students who are currently pursuing various courses at undergraduate level. 

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