Helping Children Soar.

Lifting students higher is what E3 is all about. Every child deserves a spiritually-based education, an education that will help them develop their talents, strengthen their character and discover their true worth. E3 supports schools that base their education on the understanding that each student is a child of God – unlimited, valued, good. Welcome!

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Dream Education Centre

Dream Education Centre is a small school with a big heart! Located in an under-served area of Nairobi, it aims to give disadvantaged children a good education in an atmosphere of love. Both the teachers and the students know the meaning of resiliency...

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Petals of Africa School

Started in 2001 by a youth outreach group in Nairobi, Petals has grown from very humble beginnings to a primary school serving over 300 children, both day and boarding. Its rural, peaceful setting near the Tanzanian border was not always peaceful...

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Groupe Scolaire La Tendresse

Groupe Scolaire La Tendresse is a primary school started by a family of Christian Scientists who felt compelled to help children. Because of war and civil unrest in the country, many children had their education interrupted or were not able to begin school at all...

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Recent News

Enrichment Programs at Kenyan Schools

With schools still closed in Kenya, both Dream Education Centre and Petals of Africa School have begun offering enrichment programs to some of their students. At Petals, the 8th graders come once a week for computer lessons, art classes, life skills training, and guidance and counseling sessions. Right now they are participating in a 4-week art project designed by a volunteer in the United States. With the school’s new projector, she is able to send instruction videos for the students. At Dream Education Centre, the 6th, 7th, and 8th graders come to school every day for various activities: journalism, technology, drama and music, home science and life skills training. Students in other grades come two or three days a week and participate in some of the activities, as well as arts and crafts and general fitness. The Dream Head Teacher reports that the oldest students don’t want to leave at the end of the day. In many ways, Dream feels like their home.

September 15, 2020