Kaimosi Friends Primary School
History and operations
The school was established in 1903 as the Friends Africa Industrial Mission by the Quaker missionaries of the United States, who left South Africa to spread Quaker mission activities in East Africa.
In 1904, the school became known as the Kaimosi Friends Elementary School and diversified learning programs to include reading, writing, carpentry and dressmaking.
The school caters to both day and boarding students.
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- Education in Kenya
- List of boarding schools
- List of Friends schools
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- [dead link] "Kaimosi Hospital". Retrieved 2011-02-21.
- [dead link]"Quakers and Peace in Africa" (PDF). Retrieved 2011-02-21.
- "Return to Kaimsi Primary School/Education in Kenya". Retrieved 2011-02-21.
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