Students who choose not to go on to university or college may opt to attend IEC's trade school called Crower Trade School, which is located in the village of Maji ya Chai.
During one of Eliudi's recent trips, he shared with the IEO board the needs to expand the classroom to accommodate more students.
Once again we say "Bwana asifiwe" (praise the Lord) for His goodness and faithfulness! He has provided for the new CHO kitchen and dining hall.
Many families have suffered from shortages of food and other goods due to the coronavirus. Thanks to your generous support, we were able to give beans and corn to many families in and around Sakila village.
The rain this year has been abundant and has caused damage to the CHO wall and created a lot of mud.
A group of men gathered at the IEO annual meeting last month to create a plan for development of the farm using irrigation and updated farming techniques.
The concrete block wall is finished, and the final metal gate is being constructed. May the Lord bless each one of you who prayed and donated towards this wall project.
This has been a year of challenges, as you are likely aware. The biggest hurdles have been the building of a new block wall around the orphanage, and now we face the total failure of crops at the farm.
Congratulations are in order to our first ever orphan graduates from "Hebron Secondary School." These nine students finished form four and took their national exam.