In the summer of 2003, Daniel Amianda, a native of Kenya and now a U.S.A. citizen,visited the village where he was born and saw the efforts the local people were making to educate the pre-school/kindergarten children. He visited the pre-school/kindergarten building and found the learning environment deplorable.
The children were sitting on mud floors in a debilitated building made of mud and a leaking roof made of old steel sheets. The idea to build a modern school for these children was born out of his compassion for African children who want to attend Early Childhood Education but cannot because of circumstances which are beyond their control. The school opened in 2004 and was named after his mother, Naomi, who never went to school but encouraged him to go to school and finish his education in the United States.