The African Canadian Continuing Education Society (ACCES) is a registered non-profit organization located in Kakamega in the Western Province of Kenya. ACCES was started in 1993 by a Canadian couple Beth and George Scott, with the aim to help children and youth in Kenya obtain the skills and education needed to benefit themselves and their society.

Initially, its major program was the Scholarship Program, but ACCES has diversified its activities to also include the Health & Gender, Income Generation & Vocations of Agriculture, Community Schools and ACCES Vocational Training Programs.

ACCES programs are funded by the Canadian International Development Agency, Foundation for Sustainable Development, Rotary Club International, Rotary Club Kakamega, Kenoli Foundation, Lions Club Kakamega, individual donations from Canadian and Kenyan friends, and through ACCES graduates via the ACCES Alumni Association.