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Free education for children in rural Kenya
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A unique school in rural Kenya

Our school is located in Dzunguni village, outside Kilifi town -  2 hours north of Mombasa.

 

Thanks to creative and generous individuals, we have built a unique school which is farm based on sustainable design were we catch and store rainwater, use solar power for our energy needs and compost our waste.

In short

Eco Moyo Education Centre is a Norwegian/Kenyan charity project.

 

By engaging an international network of friends, family, volunteers and donors, we are building a school in rural Kenya, offering free primary education to children from Dzunguni village .

Eco Moyo means

Eco is short for Ecology (the scientific study of interactions among organisms and their environment).

 

Moyo means heart in Swahili.

The name Eco Moyo therefore, refers to showing love for our environment.

Vision

- Increase the quality of life for underprivileged children

Mission

 - Provide free, primary education for all children in Nzunguni village

Eco Moyo consists of:

 

1. Norwegian Charity Foundation

2. Kenyan CBO

(community based organization)

3. Kenyan Primary School

Account Number: 1503 4088 508

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Søk: Eco Moyo Education Centre

Vipps nr:  10968

"Pretty much every visitor is shocked by how secluded we are in the bush. All of a sudden, these incredible buildings appear, with bright colors and modern design. Kids playing, surrounded by lush trees and the sound of birds. No traffic or noise. People are  just blown away. And with reason. It´s a magical place."

 

- Founder Lindsay Sanner

Free education for the local community

Eco Moyo Education Centre is a private primary school, located 2 hours north of Mombasa, in a rural area called Ezamoyo.

 

We follow the national curriculum and are registered with the Kenyan Private School Association.  Our teachers are certified by national standards and registered with The Teachers Service Commission.

- Nutritious porridge for breakfast

- Uniforms and PE Kits

- Textbooks and all school material needed

The parents contribute with volunteering one day each month with various chores that need doing around the school premises.