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Our Mission
Community Education Services (CES) Canada(eat.2004) is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to providing access to education for orphans and other AIDS-affected children in Kenya.
CORE VALUES

All members of the human family are created inherently equal
All people deserve to live free from fear, repression, poverty and disease
All people deserve respect and personal dignity
All children are entitled to fundamental freedoms and rights
All children must be protected from abuse of any kind
All children have a right to grow and learn to their potential
All children have a right to a basic education

GUIDING PRINCIPLES
Gender Equality
CES Canada advocates equal opportunity to female and male students
Building Capacity
CES Canada assists indigenous education initiatives to become self-sustaining
Collaboration
CES Canada works in partnership, by invitation and agreement
Building Community
CES Canada seeks to strengthen the social fabric of the local community by supporting Kenyan youth to realize their potential through education
About COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICES (CES) CANADA
Community Education Services (CES) Canada is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to providing access to education for orphans and other AIDS-affected children in Kenya.
Project PREPARE provides access to secondary school aged Kenyan youth who have been orphaned or adversely affected by the HIV/Aids pandemic. The project seeks to build capacity and strengthen public secondary schools within the Kakamega County of Western Kenya. This will be achieved through the development and availability of cross curricular learning strategies in the area of HIV/Aids Awareness and Healthy Living. The project intends to strengthen infrastructure of schools to improve the quality of education and standards of teaching. 
CES provides education scholarships at the post-secondary level for high achieving graduates. This initiative includes an Internship program, Peer Mentoring and Leadership Training through the CESCED School of Continuing Education. 
Foundations:
Project PREPARE is based on four key foundation points: EDUCATION, WATER, HEALTHCARE and ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
CES Canada is involved in 14 secondary schools impacting on 3,000 students.Read more

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