Report of the Free Community Medical Camp (Meru County; August 11, 2018)
TVT organized a free medical camp in Meru County on August 11, 2018. The broad aims of the medical camp were to make quality health care available for free to the poorest of the poor in a rural Kenya community
TVT Donates books and sanitary pads to a poor schoolin Meru County
25th May, 2018 is a day which will stay in the memories of the pupils, parents and teachers of Kiremu primary school for a long time. The community was truly grateful to TVT for their concern of the education of their children. TVT donated text books for classes 1-8 and sanitary pads for all the girls in the school to last for 5 months.
Holiday mentorship Seminar popular with students
TVT organises holiday mentorship seminar for the students sponsored by various donors as a way of enabling students to learn from their role.models and more important exchange on their challenges...
Greening our villages and schools
The tree planting exercise was very successful and exiting to the pupils, teachers, parents and the TVT staff who participated in the exercise.
2018 Women's Day
As we celebrate this year’s International women’s day, TVT wishes to congratulate all people of good will who have sacrificed their time, efforts and money to empower awomen.
Education is a right for all and not a Privilege of a few
TVT Library services are located the TVT Training Centre. The Centre houses offices of the TVT, tailoring school and community grain bank.
First TVT Reading Competition was a Huge Success
On 26th August 2016, TVT held the first reading competition and it was a huge success. The reading competition attracted students from both lower and upper secondary classes. The audience who turned up in large numbers included parents and relatives who came to witness the historical event at the TVT training house in Meru.

TVT partners with Ginco Germany to support girls’ education in Kenya

The demand for financial support to bright children and especially girls from poor families continues to be a major challenge for TVT. Even though education in   Kenya is free at the primary school level, there are so many children who are unable to afford basic things like uniform and books to stay in school. To address this need, TVT has been working closely with Bethel College, individuals, Earth Concern International and a German non-governmental organization called GinCo.

Ginco support the girls who are in the final years of primary school to remain in school and do their   exams leading to Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.  Through the support of Ginco, TVT has been able to provide, books, uniforms, school fees, shoes and solar lumps. Ginco is currently supporting, 3 girls (Peris, Eunice and Christine) who will be sitting for their KCPE this year.

Linet & Christine

Some of these girls are total orphans who would otherwise not be school were it not for TVT- Ginco partnership. The aim of the future partnership is to support these needy girls to be in boarding schools as opposed to being in day public schools. This way they will be able to focus more on their studies.  When they are day scholars they miss classes because sometimes they have no food at home and they are forced to work for food.

It costs US$ 300 per year to support children in public primary schools per year and TVT invites those willing to support education of needy children to contact TVT at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Eunice & Peris