The Kenya Pipeline Company Limited (KPC) through its Corporate Social Investment arm; the KPC Foundation has opened applications for its 2024 disability scholarship program.
The program is being offered in partnership with the National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) and is open to eligible candidates who sat for KCPE in 2023.
To qualify for the Kenya Pipeline 2024 disability scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Must be a Kenyan citizen.
- Must have sat for KCPE in the year 2023.
iii. Minimum of 250 marks.
- Must be registered with NCPWD.
- Must demonstrate their neediness.
The scholarship application forms are available on the KPC website (www.kpc.co.ke), the NCPWD website (www.ncpwd.go.ke) and at the County Disability Service Offices countrywide.
A dully filled application form and all the required documents should be delivered to the respective County Disability Service Offices in a sealed and clearly marked envelope on or before Friday 22nd.
KPC Foundation has been offering secondary school scholarships to needy students with disabilities since 2017 through the INUKA Scholarship Program. This scholarship targets two needy children (a boy and a girl) with disabilities joining secondary school from every county.