The Scholarship Process
Every community has individuals who work the hardest and show the ability to succeed despite adversity. These individuals need a little push and they will prosper. Bidii Children’s Charity focuses on children and youth that have exhibited hard work, self-motivation and potential to succeed.
We give competitive scholarships and renew them based on performance. We use this approach because of three reasons:
If we support talent, self-motivation and hard work, the chance that these young minds will succeed is high.
When they succeed, they will in turn give back to their communities. The best part is they know where their communities hurt most.
If hard work is rewarded, a culture of hard work is cultivated.
Every year after the results of the standardised national standard 8 examinations are received, our tem in Kenya selects the students that have met the eligibility criteria.
Criteria for eligibility is as follows:
A score of at least 350 of the possible 400 marks in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).
Admission letter from high school with the fees requirements
One page report detailing service to the community in the respective year.
A home visit report done by a representative on the ground indicating;
-That the child is indeed deserving of support based on status of parents/guardians
-Evidence that the applicant does indeed participate in community service
Failure to maintain B average (or 60% of the total score) and indiscipline; defined as absenteeism, disobedience, expulsion, cheating, failure to submit of required documents/correspondence etc, shall be grounds of scholarship discontinuation.
All scholarship are finalized by February 29th of every year.