Education for All Children

Impact Report on Education for All Children’s Education to Employment Model

Program activities
EFAC provides access to secondary and post­-secondary education for Kenya’s brightest young students with the fewest resources. Our program includes mentoring, community service, leadership training, and career readiness to ensure academic, personal and professional success upon graduation.



$6,000 pays for an impoverished Kenyan student to graduate from secondary school.


EFAC collected data on outcomes of participants after the program. To estimate the change attributable to the program, EFAC made an educated guess as to how participants would have fared without the program.

Data source
KCSE (high school exit exam) scores are reported by the Kenyan government and provided to students and schools who then inform the EFAC office. Results are verified on the government website.

Attribution method
We know from surveys that most of our students would not have attended high school without an EFAC scholarship. Anecdotal evidence indicates that a few may have raised fees to attend a day school.

This report was created by Education For All Children with self­-reported data using ImpactMatters' impact reporting platform. This report covers December 2012 to December 2017.

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Elijah Goldberg