Yes, in Kenya there are 23 public universities and many private institutes. However, it is enough to compare the numbers with the Italian ones to notice the problems.
In Italy there are 63 public universities, with a total of 1761573 students out of 60 million inhabitants, while in Kenya at the third of the institutes there are
proportionately far fewer students even though the total population is the same. The reasons are many:
We want to start small by raising awareness among our students and their families about the importance of the university qualification. We also hope to be able to sponsor the university studies of the best female students in each class who will graduate from high school. Our dream is to allow all girls to pursue their dreams, to become engineers, chemists, doctors, nurses and to be able to contribute to improvement of the living conditions of their community.