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Kisima Trust was formed in 2001 and meets once a term to evaluate the school’s progress and to discuss future developments.

There are currently five trustees
(pictured left to right):

David Maina Kariuki – Founder and Director of Kisima Mixed Secondary School.  A graduate of the University of Nairobi (BEd Linguistics and Literature).

Bishop Jacob Alkan Lesuuda – Bishop of Maralal Diocese in Northern Kenya.  Originally a herdsboy from Samburu county, he became a teacher before entering the Anglican Church of Kenya.

Isaack Kairu – Deputy Head of a state secondary school in Nakuru.  A graduate of Kenya Science Teachers’ College.

Mary Wairimu Okech – a Director of Trade and Enterprise Development for Nyandarua County government.  Previously worked in microfinance development and for the Anglican Church of Kenya.

Daniel Etindi Amunga – Principal of Kisima Mixed Secondary School.  A graduate of the University of Nairobi (BEd Linguistics and Literature) with a post-graduate qualification in Mass Communication.


In the UK, the Educational Frontier Trust (TEFT) raises funds for Kisima Mixed Secondary School. TEFT and Kisima Trust are independent organisations but work closely together towards common aims.

Click here to visit the TEFT website.