In 2016, hundreds of students in Africa were able realize their dream of furthering their education through the Bread and Water for Africa® school fees assistance program. Among them is Kito, a Form 2 (sophomore) at the prestigious Kapsabet High School in Kenya, one of the oldest high schools in the country. He was abandoned by his mother at age 2, and along with his older brother and sister. Kito was placed at the Lewa Children’s Home, which receives support from Bread and Water for Africa®. He started his education in nursery school at the age of 4 and studied for 8 years at the Kipkeino Primary School. He now attends the prestigious Kapsabelt High School. His dream for the future? To become a doctor in his homeland. And to Kito, we have no doubt that he won’t let us down. We know there are thousands who don’t have the opportunity to continue their education. His dream is possible because supporters like you help pay his school fees through donations to Bread and Water for Africa®.