15 years in operation 46 schools served across ghana, tanzania and kenya 44,233 students 5:6 ratio girls to boys

KEY’s turnkey libraries provide children from a diverse range of backgrounds with a 21st century global context while anchoring them in their community and culture. Libraries are non-existent in 98% of primary schools and most high schools in Kenya. Lack of access to libraries creates disproportionately wide knowledge gaps and barriers to language and digital competence among children from low-income families. Without these foundations, it is harder to prepare school-age children in an efficient and effective way to become competent, successful citizens who are internationally competitive and have the opportunity to discover their dreams and reach their full potential.