“It is a small world after all…” A catchy tune and a common phrase to most. As children 15 years and over account 50% of Africa’s population, we may accurately consider them to be the most important resource for investing in the future.  Tender and impressionable, “Small world” of Nairobi deserves our most careful attention at this significant period.

Not in the economy, but in the lives of tomorrow’s leaders… the little ones.  We believe that we can make a difference in the lives of “little people”, affecting them and their destiny as we lay solid foundations of truth and love in their lives.

For these reasons, International Christian Kindergarten was borne in November 1991.

I knew I wanted my son to study in a mainstream school, and though they did not have any autistic children in the class Ethan was enrolled to, I loved that His Teacher at the time was open to integrating him to the class; it didn’t seem like too much of a challenge to him. He was willing to try anything out, and since Ethan joined, there is a visible change in personality and calm. This is very encouraging.

Carolyn Makana