We provide volunteers, both students and professionals, to talk about their experience in tertiary education, careers and professional journeys
Our keynote speakers are influential personalities and professionals who inspire the students and encourage them to dream big.
Our entertainment is wholesome, and uses music and dance as a constructive influence on young people.
The Ramani team of volunteers visited Kiambu on July 8th, 2017 to stage a career day for two schools: St Joseph’s Riabai, and Kiu River Secondary School. Both schools are relatively young, with the host school, St Joseph’s, having started in 2014, and Kiu River starting in 2015.
Both schools average a mean grade of D-, and experience similar challenges such as indiscipline and substance abuse.The day’s keynote speaker was
As its name suggests, Mutitu SDA Secondary School was founded (in 1971) and is run by the Seventh Day Adventist church in Mbooni, in Makueni County. It is a mixed, boarding and day school, next to a primary school and teachers’ training college, both similarly named. Mutitu’s mean grade in the 2015 KCSE was a
Olooseos Girls’ Secondary School is located in Kajiado County in Kenya’s Rift Valley. It started out as a public boarding school in 1987, meant to provide an alternative to girls in the surrounding area who had been rescued from early marriage and Female Genital Mutilation. Parents of students here are mostly
Muthea High School is also a mixed day school. But unlike Gitugu, it is just five years old. It too was started by the community to provide affordable education to its children. Muthea is located in Karatina in Nyeri County, about a three-hour drive out of Nairobi. The school has discipline challenges that
Gitugu Secondary School is a mixed day school located on the outskirts of Nairobi, about a two-hour drive away in Muranga County. It was started in 1999 by the community and is sponsored by the Catholic Church in the area to provide education for the children of workers on the surrounding tea estates. Students