Partners and Supporters


The International School of Geneva has been a long standing partner of KULE Foundation at Pearson College for over ten years. It has been committing a tremendous amount of effort in local fundraising in Geneva, and has been making key contributions to ensure the success of our programs in Kenya and Uganda, and support ongoing and future projects. To find out more about the International School of Geneva, please visit

Previous student groups have come from:

  • 2001 Atlanta International School, Georgia, USA
  • 2006 Mulgrave School, North Vancouver, Canada
  • 2012 Greengate School, Mexico City
  • 2014 Wesley College, Melbourne, Australia
  • Since 2007 International School of Geneva, La Chat

Individual participants have come from:

  • UWC Atlantic in Wales
  • The SOS Hermann Gmeiner International College in Ghana
  • UWC Costa Rica
  • UWC Adriatic
  • Belmont Secondary School
  • Li Po Chun UWC of Hong Kong

Work in Geneva

KULE Foundation International works closely with Pearson College and the International School of Geneva La Chataigneraie. Students from both schools are a highly driven group who throughout the year will be fundraising for the KULE projects, with bake sales, dances, sponsored runs and other events. The money raised is donated to a variety of KULE projects, such as: the construction of the primary school in Murang’a county, the distribution of menstrual cup to girls and women in the region and the pen pal project. The collaboration between Pearson and La Chataigneraie brings together a group of change-makers from all over the world to bring small-scale innovation in East-Africa.


Words From Student

“This was an absolutely extraordinary experience; and I will keep it extremely close to my heart, from the people I met along the way and the friends I made for life. I highly recommend going if you have the means and the will to go and would do anything to do it all over again. Leaving Kenya was especially hard with all the amazing people I’ve met. Form the students who came from other schools around the world, to the fantastic organizer of this trip, Geoffrey, to our bus driver James who drove us to all kinds of places with his big contagious smile, to all the staff members at the hotel, and lastly all the kids and adults we met at all the schools and villages we visited. It was especially hard to say goodbye to Geoffrey who made us feel extremely welcomed. I will never forget all these amazing experiences I had in Kenya. Everything from the people, the food to the beautiful landscapes of Murang’a. Hopefully in the future I will be able to come back. Going on this trip also made me realize how lucky I am and how I could see myself find a career in this field in the future. I will always keep KULE very close to my heart.”

(Saskia Underhill, 2022 participant from the International School of Geneva)