Leadership Development

Africa needs visionary leaders, more than ever.  CIS recognizes that African students lack the mindset to become successful in life, mainly due to absence of role model, and scarce supply of successful stories happening around them.  CIS offers online workshops for Africans, equipping them with essential skills in personal development, as well as opening their minds to different possibilities. We …

Energy

After conducting 122 interviews, CIS have identified energy as a main challenge faced by schools. Therefore, we launched Solar 4 Schools in 2019. Below are various challenges Kenyan schools are facing: Limited access to electricity Around 40% of people in Kenya do not have access to electricity and that is also true for schools. Furthermore, even areas connected to grid …

Voices from Communities

We treasure your humanly feedback and interaction more than every KPI we track. Your appreciation is the best motivation to keep us going, and the best proof that we are contributing to a cause larger than ourselves. Agriculture Am too proud of it – Agwa, Kenya Yea indeed it has saved us a great deal – Sophy, Kenya What you …

Agriculture

Kenyan private schools often have high operation cost, one of the reasons being that they purchase food from the market. Schools have land and labor, however they lack capital, farming knowledge, and are often unwilling to take the risk of failure. CIS collaborates with local agricultural institutions to provide modern modern horticulture training to schools, such as sack gardening, grafting, …