Imbirikani School for Girls

The Imbirkani High School in Kenya was begun in 2004 as a result of a study commissioned by Clyde and Betsy Jackson to investigate the educational needs of Maasai children in the Imbirikani Group Ranch area of southwest Kenya. Approximately 10,000 Massai live in the area. The study showed that a high school for girls was badly needed. 98% of the girls in this area do not have any educational opportunity after primary school and most enter into early marriage (ages 14-15) and are then subjected to a life of child bearing and hard physical labor. The Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) owns and operates the school. God willing, the master plan for the school envisions two additional dorms and related facilities to be built over the next two years that will house up to 400 girls.

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