Strategy

Edumed’s strategic approach is one that aims to address secondary school education needs by being the trusted organisation for channelling funds to students through observing the highest standards of integrity and accountability in:

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Background

Edumed Achievements to date

n  Established in 1996, and started supporting the 1st student in 1997

n  Edumed is supporting its 358st  student since its establishment

n  Mentorship programme

 As of June 2017, Edumed Trust has touched the lives of 358 students of whom 283 students have already completed Form IV. We presently have 70 students in 55 secondary schools countrywide. 

 Over 90 past beneficiaries are presently in Kenyan public universities while one, now Dr. Brenda Musungu recently completed medical school through Czech Government scholarship at St. Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic and another Christine Halleluyah Rubera joined Wellesley College on Zawadi Africa scholarship in the United States in 2015 to pursue a degree in Computer Science.

Another 23 have joined tertiary institutions to pursue different careers of their choice. As of 2016, three ex-beneficiaries were already consistent financial supporters of Edumed, we have also had seven past students spend at least three months each volunteering in the Edumed office since 2013 while many others volunteer during our events.

 In terms of real impact, the table below illustrates the value addition to the life of students and to the wider society through support from Edumed.

 

Year student completed KCSE

Past beneficiaries

Tertiary & other institutions of learning

Employed

Supporting the work of Edumed

2000

1

 

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2001

1

 

 

 

2002

2

 

 

 

2003

2

 

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2004

8

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2005

10

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2006

6

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2007

4

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2008

10

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2009 

21

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2010

271

 27

 

 

2011

182

 13

 

 

2012

 313

  22

 

 

2013

  284

 20

 

 

2014

275

 24

 

 

2015

236

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2016

 31  

 

 

 121 of the 27 students from our Class of 2010, joined public universities and colleges.

213 of the 18 students from our Class of 2011, joined public universities in Kenya.

322 of the 31 students from our Class of 2012, joined public universities in Kenya.

419 of the 28 students from our Class of 2013, joined public universities in Kenya and 1 in USA.

519 of the 27 students from our Class of 2014, joined public universities while 5 are undertaking diploma courses through the new placement by KUCCPS.

620 of the 23 students from our Class of 2015, joined public universities and 2 tertiary colleges.

 7A quick glance indicates that 21 of 30 students (70%) have met the minimum university entry grade of C+ and above while the rest should be able to join tertiary institutions


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