Giving bright and financially disadvantaged students access to education and mentoring means enabling them to pursue their dreams and changing their lives dramatically.
David's story exemplifies the direct impact of an Aiducation scholarship:
David graduated from his primary school (free to attend in Kenya) at the top of his class, but his parents who are farmers and have to support their family on a minimal income, couldn't afford to pay his high school fees. But thanks to the financial support of his AiduMaker, David could go to school and get closer his dream to become an electrical engineer. In 2011, David graduated from high school with the best grades in Kilifi County (out of over 7,000 students) and has now received several grants and loans to study at Kenya Polytechnic University College, in Nairobi.