The Kenya Pipeline Company Foundation Inuka flagship Scholarship Programme has benefited over 470 needy and disabled children from across the 47 Counties in Kenya. We sponsor a boy and a girl from each county, with a yearly adoption of 94 students since 2016.
KPC has seized an opportunity to contribute to the national empowerment of PWDs in support of Sustainable Development Goal 4 calls for inclusive and equitable quality education and promotion of life-long learning opportunities for all through our flagship program christened INUKA.
The scholarship covers school fees, Basic Needs, mentoring, psychosocial support, and leadership development. The Foundation has so far spent over KSH 70Million.
Steps to Access the Inuka Scholarship.
- Only Students With Disability registered with NCPWD and Needy are eligible for the Inuka scholarship
- Advertisement through the Main Media houses.
- Interested applicants to collect and submit applications forms at the NCPWD county offices.
- Vetting of the applications by the NCPWD county officers.
- Successful candidates contacted by KPC Foundation.