Schools reopened after the December holidays early this month.January marks the beginning of a new academic year for primary and secondary schools. This is always characterized by promotion to the next class and announcement of results  for those who sat for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E) exams. This year,however, the results will be late as the examination time was greatly affected by the teachers' strike last year, that saw the candidates sit for their exams in December instead of January.Consequently, there will be a delay in the in take of form one students.

Back to school for ASSETS means,a rush to get the report forms of all beneficiaries and assess their performance,collection of bursaries and identification of new needy children.

A total of ksh. 2.4 million is needed for this year's bursaries. ASSETS hopes to add 66 more needy children into the scheme and more funds are needed for this to happen, therefore any donations will be of great help.

You can help a needy child get education this year by either making a donation on  for those in UK. In Kenya is through M-pesa number 0707688999