Summer 2020 UPDATE

Kenyan Schools of Hope is offering safety, hope, and education to girls escaping female genital mutilation and forced early marriage.  Now in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and in compliance with the directive of the Prinicipal Secretary Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, most of the girls have left to live with their guardians.  Schools are closed and staying at home is mandated for the country.  At the orders of their Maasai Chief and to ensure their safety, eight girls remain on campus.  Also remaining with the girls are the Head Teacher, the Social Worker/House Matron, the Cook, and the Guards.  When the government deems it appropriate, the other girls may return.

Our commitment has not changed.  Kenyan Schools of Hope will continue to be a place where rescued girls are welcome and have a place to feel safe, be loved, and the opportunity to reach their potential.  We look forward to the day when the rescue center and school may open again to both former and new girls, who can then be full of hope today for a better future tomorrow.


2020 Update

Vision and Purpose

Kenyan Schools of Hope believes every child should have a place to feel safe, be loved, and have the opportunity to reach their potential.



Hope Provided through

Jesus Christ

At Kenyan Schools of Hope we are providing for young girls a sanctuary from female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced early marriage (FEM).  Both of these practices dramatically impact the lives and well being of the girls and lead them toward greater struggles in life.  The hope, healing and protection of Jesus Christ can be found at Ewaso Osiligi Center.


Our location

Ewaso-Kedong is a Maasai village where loving safety and excellent education is being offered. With nurturing caregivers in a residence home and outstanding teachers in an on-site school, girls are given the opportunity to become valued members of their communities.