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Good News to Bright Students From Vulnerable Families as Family Bank Plans to do the Following

On December 23, the results of the KCPE tests for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education were made public by the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Ezekiel Mochogu. On January 23, 2023, they will be allowed to enroll in secondary schools and learn their for 4 years.

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Due to severe and difficult economic conditions, the majority of Kenyans are struggling. The majority of pupils may not be admitted since it is difficult for parents to pay their children's tuition. These parents might exhale in relief as the new year approaches and Family Bank made the following disclosure. 

"Access to inclusive and equitable quality education is a right to each and every child in this country. Through the Family Group Foundation, we are able to bring hope to children from needy backgrounds and give them an equal chance towards fulfilling their dreams and making their lives better through education,” Family Bank CEO said.

Bright kids from low-income households in 32 counties will receive complete scholarships to pursue their secondary education, according to Family Bank CEO Rebecca Mbithi.

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