Leguruki / King’ori Education Centre LKEC was established in 1972 as “Leguruki Vocational Training School” LVTS by pastor (mchungaji) Klaus-Peter Kiesel with the target to offer to the children of this remote area the possibility to acquire education in practical craftmenship. In 2004 a technically oriented secondary school LEKI was added. AKO office in Ulm and in future AKO office at Nuremberg (both in Gemany) are supporting this education centre since 1998 and grant annually up to 80 scholarships to children of families who could otherwise not afford to pay school fees. A successful entry exam and a look into the family situation is a precondition to achieve a scholarship, which may be granted up to termination of the education after 3 resp. 4 years. Donations for scholarships are given by many individuals as well as by institutional sponsors and private foundations both in Germany and Austria. Infrastructural projects (e.g. water supply, dormitories, equipment for education) have been initiated and supported as well by AKO in the past. Annually between 300 and 500 students who are mainly boarding students are usually enrolled. The centre is situated in a compound of almost 60 ha with respective buildings and installations near to King’ori village and belongs to Lutheran Diocese of Meru at UsaRiver.