ProFuturo team visit by Empieza Por Educar and Teach For Zimbabwe, accompanied by the Teach For Kenya team at the KUPPET headquarters in Nairobi.

In pursuit of addressing the systemic challenges faced in high need schools in Kenya, we partnered with ProFuturo, where we trained our Cohort 1 Fellows by elevating their knowledge on; how to be visionary teacher leaders, how to have a positive classroom culture, and integrating technology in the classroom. Additionally…

Racheal Vichei with her learners at Njenga Primary School

Education Inequity in Kenya is seen where school going children in marginalized areas are left behind. A good example is an area like Turkana where children learn under trees, or lack proper classroom facilities that hinder their achievements in education. When it rains, there is flooding and no vehicle can…

Children deserve to grow and learn in an accepting environment that embraces and empowers them. We firmly believe that every child has endless potential to achieve astounding things.

However, both boys and girls may have their light dimmed by the gender biases and stereotypes which greatly affect how they view…

By: Clara Omol

Sources : Dianarose Njui ( Leadership and Development Officer, Teach for Kenya) , Collins Ngetich and George Ngala ( Teach for Kenya Fellows)

Teach for Kenya Fellows and Team at Mukuru Kwa Njenga

As Coretta Scott King said, ‘the greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.’ On 12th October…

Teach for Kenya

Empowering every child to reach their full potential.

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