Alumni

How I was able to continue with my studies

Abdirizak Adan Ali comes from a large family in Mandera County. Thanks to the Family Group Foundation scholarship program, he was able to continue with his studies at Nairobi School. He is now an alumni and studying medicine at the university. Abdrizak Adan Ali Abdirizak Adan Ali, a Family Group Foundation tells of how he joined the scholarship

Mentorship

Jerome Njihia’s Give Back Initiative

Jerome (second right) with fellow scholars at a recent workshop My name is Jerome Njihia, a form 4 students at Alliance High School and a Family Group Foundation Beneficiary. During the 2016, November academic  mentorship workshop, we were tasked with doing community activity give back initiative and report back on our experiences. I have several activities that I do to…

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Mentorship

The Family Group Foundation Supports Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI)

The Family Group Foundation Manager, Jacqueline Mathaga presents Tablets to Yali participants from  around East Africa taking part in a 12 week training program, at Kenyatta University’s Regional Leadership Center. The Family Bank Ltd, through the Family Group Foundation has spent Ksh. 1.25 Million to purchase 50 tablets for the participants as part of the support in rolling out an…

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Mentorship

Empowering Youth Through Mentorship

Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships can have powerful positive effects on youth in a variety of ways. As part of The Family Group Foundation’s commitment to help students in the scholarship program achieve their education and career goals and to guide the Family Group of companies in becoming inclusive, in their Corporate Social Responsibility activities, the Foundation has developed…

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Alumni

Alumni Profile: Brian Kyalo Mwandika

The Family Group Foundation (TFGF) alumnus, Brian Kyalo Mwandika is a first year student at Moi University, pursuing a degree in Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneural Studies. The Family Group Foundation Sponsored his secondary education at Alliance High School, where Brian scored a B plain in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). At the TFGF Brian was among the students…

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Mentorship

The Family Group Foundation Agents of Change

Winnie Nyaga is an alumni of The Family Group Foundation scholarship program who scored an A- of 77 points in her KCSE exams in 2016. Winnie is a volunteer at Pace Maker International. Pace Maker unlocks youths’ potential by providing them with volunteer opportunities through teaching assistance and providing learning support to under – resourced schools. Pace Maker’s vision is…

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Alumni

Alumni

The Family Group Foundation is proud of its alumni and we aim to recognize some of the achievements they have made since being TFGF scholars.

Mentorship

Volunteer as a mentor

The Family Group Foundation mentorship program aims to make scholars feel valued, understood, supported and respected – like family. Through the mentor-mentee relationship, mentors develop a strong healthy relationship with their mentees in order to model the behaviors we expect from the scholars. The mentor will be a friend they can trust, a role-model they can look up to, and…

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Corporate Partnerships

All of our corporate partners and supporters have one objective in common—to help The Family Group Foundation work towards its vision of transforming families positively.  There are many ways to support The Family Group Foundation’s work. We seek to build partnerships that will support our programs. This means we are able to fund our work effectively. Pay it forward at…

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Scholarships

Afya Elimu Scholars

The Afya Elimu Fund is a revolving fund initiative that aims to provide low interest (4%) loans to prospective health care trainees in mid level medical training institutions. AEF focuses on middle level cadres such as nursing, laboratory technologists, nutritionists and clinical officers among others who form about 90% of Kenya’s health workforce. It specifically targets needy students who cannot…

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