List of Beneficiaries for Co-op Bank 2019 Secondary School Scholarship

Good news!

If you applied for the Co-op bank secondary school scholarship for 2019, the list of beneficiaries is out.

Out of the thousands of KCPE students who applied for the scholarship, 600 were selected and will now be joining the other group (7,000 students already enrolled in the program.)

Co-operative Bank Foundation was established in 2007 as a registered trust in recognition of the need to enhance the existing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives by the bank.

In the same year, Co-op bank successfully rolled out an Education program to pay school fees for needy secondary school students.

In 2011, the foundation also launched the university and vocational internship program.

To date the programs have been run with lots of success with this year marking the twelfth year of Co-op bank helping needy students to: –

  • Pay secondary school fees (paid for 4 years)
  • The foundation also caters for beneficiaries school uniforms
  • And pocket money for the four years

Also Read: – Top 10 Secondary School Scholarships to Apply for Before 2020

Below is a list of students who have benefited for the 2019 program and expected to join high school in care of co-op bank in 2020.

Download a clear list in PDF –  Coop Bank scholarship beneficiary list PDFCo-op bank beneficiaries pdf

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Co-op bank scholarship beneficiaries

Sentiments Shared By Kenyans After The Release of This List  on LinkedIn

Abraham Kemei

This is great initiative. Applaud to Co-operative bank team. There is a student by the name Adeti,very brilliant boy. He did KCPE in 2018 and scored 354 but was unable to join high school due to lack of fees. He went back to standard 8 and scored 418. With the same challenge,he might end up not joining secondary school. I would be glad should you add him in your programme. Kindly connect with Wilson 0704519496 who is calling for support to assist the boy proceed to high school. Wilson Orero Angwenyi

Vincent Munyao on LinkedIn

I have my younger brother who scored 368 marks from machakos County and our parents are totally unable to fund him for high school studies.. Could you please help us secure his secondary course.. Thank you in advance

Some also shared concern about Co-op bank sharing the list online 

William Kiriba on LinkedIn

While I appreciate your great initiative, is it fair to publish the list of the disadvantaged in the society? How would I feel as a beneficiary to be published globally and my own classmates that am being helped not coz of merit(only) but background… Could it have been fairer to share the index numbers rather than the names and school details..

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