Evalyn Wakhusama, the schools founder shared the latest in Nambale Magnet School news and developments with proud supporters of the Cornerstone Project at the Studio of Architect Peter Talbot in Washington Depot, CT

Evalyn Wakhusama shared a video with us of the recent school improvements. Additionally, she answered questions from the group in an extended Q&A session. Questions regarding the school, the educational system in Kenya, recent changes in government policy on the academic scene and many more were answered in detail. Part of what we offer our donors here at the Cornerstone Project is a direct interface with the operation on the ground in Kenya.

Unlike many more publicized charities, 100% of our donations go directly to the school itself. The Cornerstone Project has absolutely no administrative or marketing costs. We offer a rare opportunity to be directly involved with the decision makers and founder. Accountability is ensured by our transparency and direct communication. A rare opportunity that maximizes donation dollars.

Photography by Constance Schiano

Architect, Peter Talbot also serves as an Advisor to the Nambale Magnet School in the area of development.

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One Response to Evalyn Wakhusama receives warm welcome from Cornerstone Project

  1. Such a wonderful event, absolutely beautiful photos Constance Schiano!

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