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In an article written by Asher Omondi, Tuko News in Kenya, the journalists delves into runners have made a philanthropic difference by investing in Schools.  Most of the schools listed are FOR profit schools, where a runner builds a school as a business.  With high-fees in Kenya for private schools, we ask, who builds public (free to attend) schools??

Take a look to reveal the answer!

Kip Keino primary school in his Baraka Farm Private School
Kip Keino High School Private School
Tecla Chembwai-Sang Chemabwai-Sang Education Centre in Maili Nne. Private…
Daniel Komen Potter’s Academy Private…
Felix Limo Felisons Academy Private…
William Mutwol runs St Marcel Rayfarm Academy Private…
Sammy Lelei Secondary School in Moiben Private…
Paul Koech Academy Soy Private…
James Moiben High School Ziwa Private…
Shoe4Africa Moses Kiptanui Primary School PUBLIC paid for by Shoe4Africa
Sally Kipyego Shoe4Africa Kaptiony Primary School. PUBLIC paid for by Shoe4Africa
Martin Lel Shoe4Africa Primary School near Mosoriot PUBLIC paid for by Shoe4Africa
Janeth Jepkosgei  Shoe4Africa Kabirirsang Primary School. PUBLIC paid for by Shoe4Africa
The Mary Keitany Shoe4Africa School, Baringo County PUBLIC paid for by Shoe4Africa
The Shoe4Africa ALL4RUNNING Kapchorwa school PUBLIC paid for by All4Running 
Kapchekworo Primary School in Sotik, Bomet  PUBLIC supported by Paul Kipsiele Koech.
Kibugat Primary School.  PUBLIC Shoe4Africa donated classrooms.
Chris Cheboiboch Salaba Academy Iten Private
Joseph Chesire Kapserere Academy in Chepkorio Private
Josephat Kiprono runs Talai Academy Private
Laban Rotich set up Laban Rotich Academy Private
Tegla Loroupe Peace Academy in Sioi, West Pokot county. Private

READ FULL ARTICLE>>>> Asher Omondi