We are a non-profit making Educational Trust aimed at promoting the educational,
professional, cultural and spiritual welfare of women in Kenya.
Years since the foundation was started
And more women have been empowered
Kianda is a local word meaning “fertile valley”, where everything planted flourishes. Not in vain was the name chosen over 50 years ago. The Foundation has been at the service of women in Kenya, promoting their education and looking after their welfare.
Kianda Foundation, now a well-established nonprofit making organization, has numerous educational institutions to its credit.
Kianda College was the Foundation’s pilot project established in 1961 as an institution for Secretarial and Business Studies and became the first multi-racial college of its kind in Pre-Independence Kenya. Thus the history of Kianda [...]
Kianda Foundation opened Kianda School as a result of numerous requests from past students of Kianda College. The Foundation aims at promoting the educational, professional, cultural and spiritual welfare of women in Kenya. It achieves [...]
Located in Kiambu District, between Kiambaa and Tigoni, Kimlea is surrounded by tea estates with villages of tea pickers, as well as families living off small holdings at subsistence level. In an effort to promote [...]
Kimlea Clinic, located on the grounds of Kimlea Technical Training Centre, provides medical care to the laborers in the tea plantations and environs. It started as a medical assistance program, at a time when many [...]
Tewa is an educational project located at the Coast, in Kuruwitu, Kilifi District. It was officially inaugurated on 2nd February 2010. There has been little development in the area around Tewa; people live at subsistence [...]
Faida is a youth center established in 1977 for primary and secondary school girls. It provides facilities for study, interlaced with cultural, social and spiritual formation. Teenage and adulthood come with many challenges, and Faida, [...]
The Kibondeni Family had been eagerly awaiting the 2019 Graduation Day which took place on 11th January. On that beautiful Friday morning, the atmosphere in the graduation square was filled with joy and admiration as [...]
We would like to share with you this Christmas the story of Hannah, an 8-year-old pupil, one of the beneficiaries of the CHEP Program (Children’s Health Program). When we first met Hannah, she was [...]
Kibubuti primary school is an education facility in Limuru with approximately 900 pupils, from early childhood to class eight. It is a mixed day school with both boys and girls. From 24th June till 8th [...]