Kenya was where Bridge launched its social enterprise, opening its first school in 2009. We began partnering with the government, communities, teachers and parents to help improve education in Kenya.

Over three consecutive years — 2015, 2016, 2017 — Bridge Pupils have significantly outperformed the nationwide average in their KCPE exams, the Kenyan primary school leavers exam. In 2017, Bridge pupils exceeded their peers nationwide by over 10%. This outperformance is even more impressive since the nationwide average includes pupils attending elite private schools as well as those in government schools.

“I want to be a neurosurgeon because there are very few neurosurgeons in Kenya and this will help me help those who cannot afford this service abroad. I want my life to be comfortable and not the kind of life I am living right now. I want to see more Kenyan youths employed and young talents nurtured.” – Bridge pupil, Abdala Kisakisa.

Prosperity begins in the classroom, so Bridge partners with governments, communities, parents and teachers to co-create great schools.

We deliver data-driven, evidence-based education gains for thousands of Kenyan children and parents.

Read about our results in Kenya – here.