Crossroads Springs Africa, Inc. provides secondary and post secondary school scholarships to orphans and other vulnerable students in Kenya so that they will have the skills and knowledge to become self-reliant and responsible citizens in their communities.

Form One Students Begin Their Semester

Thirty 8th grade graduates were selected for scholarship support for high school freshman year (Form 1), based on exam results, character and need. Twenty are from the Hamisi area and ten from Kakamega.  Our team "on the ground" visited students' homes and assessed need, considered the national Kenya Certificate of Primary Education test results, and weighed qualities that indicated good character. Please join in financial and moral support of the chosen eager learners! Meet the new form one students who need sponsors. Crossroads Springs Africa is a 501 (c) (3) organization. Therefore, all donations and sponsorship donations are tax deductible.

December Student Retreat

The workshops and retreat held in Kakamega in December for Crossroads Springs Africa and Friends of Kakamega sponsored students were a great success.  Facilitated topics at the retreat included life skills, relationships, health, substance abuse, HIV, leadership and integrity. There were games, contests awards and a talent night. 230 students attended. We hear that the students and the administrators want to do more of these sessions!  We look forward to learning more soon.

An Evening of Conversation and Gratitude

Ida StudentGuests joined the CSA board and met and shared ideas with Ida Nelson, visiting Kenyan administrator of our Crossroads Springs Africa Student Education program in Kenya recently. Pictures above were taken at the event. Thank you to the Elm Street Bakery for making the event possible.

Ida is the the special man who knows each child and mentors them to be their best. He is our administrator in Kakamega, Western Kenya; he leads our team on the ground that includes an experienced social worker, high school counselor, and accountant. Join in conversation with Ida and the Crossroads Springs Africa board members and associates whose goal is to make high school and post high school education possible for eager youth so they can have jobs and lead successful lives of independence and service.


post grad girlsSix CSA high school graduates have been sent off to colleges including three girls and three boys. Two of the girls are shown here with their new laptops. They are Cecilia Khahandari and Silvia Chepkemei. Both students will be studying social work at Kafuko University.

The three male graduates have different areas of study. Owen Alikula will be studying Information Technology at Machakos University, Sydney Mmboyi Hotel Management at Technical University and Silas Iningu Businesss Commerce at Gretsa University. See an image of of the three male post-secondary students and their new laptops here.

Results will come soon for 2017 high school graduates!  News of their plans for higher education will be posted here. Please tune in!