About Us

Education. Gender empowerment. Sanitation. These three are among the UN Sustainable Development Goals set to propel human development while also ensuring that the natural ecosystem can seamlessly provide the resources necessary for the economy and society to thrive. As the Kenyan government commits itself to improve these three areas of development, Chaki aims to make its contribution to this noble commitment. Chaki’s objective is to create equal opportunities for the poor, the orphaned, and those in Kenya’s marginalized communities. We focus our work in the education sector and distribute our resources to finance education, supply sanitation towels, and provide washrooms. By doing so, we cater to the three areas of development mentioned earlier.

Chaki Foundation is a charitable organization with an objective of financing education of orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya. The organization will seek support from donor agencies and individual well-wishers to meet its financial budget. The funds will then be disbursed to the needy children in accordance with the laid down procedures and guidelines.

Our main objective is to provide opportunities for future economic self-reliance to orphans and vulnerable children through financing their education.

Additional Objectives

To provide education for the marginalized
To provide education in fragile contexts
To provide access to quality education
To offer gender equality and promote Girl child education
To assist in water provision in Schools in Arid, Semi-Arid and the deserts

Why Education?

1. Education is a human right

Despite great progress in the last few years, millions of children are still denied their right to education. Restricted access to education is one of the surest ways of transmitting poverty from generation to generation. Education is a vital human right, enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Every girl and every boy should have the right to a quality education so that they can have more chances in life, including employment opportunities, better health and also to participate in the political process.

2. Investing in education yields significant development benefits
3. Education is essential to the success of every one of the 17 global goals
4. Education is critical during times of conflict
5. A poor quality education is almost like no education
6. Achieving the Global Goal for education by 2030 costs $1.18 a day per child in developing countries
7. Educating girls has a multiplier effect
8. Children with disabilities are often excluded from education systems
9. Early childhood education is vital to lifelong success

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