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EducAfrica Foundation’s commitment to fostering civic education and 21st-century skills has taken a tangible form through the Student Council program, a leadership empowerment initiative at its partner community schools in the heart of Mathare(Nairobi, Kenya). A recent success story unfolded at Golden Bells Education School, where student leaders demonstrated remarkable initiative and problem-solving skills. Election of...
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Today is the first Thursday of the new year, 2024. It is impossible for us at EducAfrica Foundation to feel nostalgic as we are reminiscing about the most precious memories of 2023. With a heart brimming with gratitude and hope, we kick off this new year with a renewed sense of purpose. On this day,...
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EducAfrica Foundation in collaboration with Fundacion Maisha and Teen STAR(Chile) recently held a reproductive health session among adolescent girls at Golden Bells Education Centre, in Mathare, one of the informal settlements in Nairobi(Kenya). The session was informed by a prior survey that the volunteers conducted earlier in the year on the knowledge needs of the...
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EducAfrica Foundation held its inaugural interschool debate competition on 7th June 2023 in Mathare(Nairobi, Kenya). Student leaders from two of our partner schools, Golden Bells and St.James Education Centre engaged in this lively discussion. The debate featured the motion, ‘Technology has brought more harm than good.’ It was an activity under EducAfrica’s Student Council (alias...
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My name is Lizmarion Achieng, a 19 years old. I am the second born in a family of three children. I was born in Huruma, a low-income residential estate located in the northeast of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. I was raised partially in Huruma and later in Mathare, the oldest and second-largest urban slum...
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On Friday 3rd February 2023, the  EducAfrica Foundation team had a rare and special opportunity of hosting the Chilean Ambassador to Kenya, Her Excellency Maria Alejandra Guerra and the Cultural Attaché Mr. Juan Eduardo in an activity in Mathare slum in Nairobi, Kenya. Together with EducAfrica, the ambassador visited 6  community schools in Mathare to...
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I am Abala Dennis Kyalo, a 20-year-old Kenyan who was born in Kitui County until I was about 6 years. We later relocated to Machakos and then to Mathare in Nairobi where we lived with my mother and grandmother. I am the second born in a family of three. A while ago, my mother lost...
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“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and for you to walk the journey, if you want to walk fast, walk alone, but if you want to go far, go together.” The combination of these two familiar quotes anchors the reality of EducAfrica Foundation’s journey in the year 2022. As the...
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From 7-4-2-3 system during Kenya’s independence days to 8-4-4 curriculum in 1985 and now the new 2-6-3-3-3 curriculum called Competency Based Curriculum (CBC); the story of national assessments remains the same with pangs of anxiety, emotions and hope for learners, teachers, parents and even players in the education space such as EducAfrica Foundation. On Friday,...
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As we take stock of the future of education, we need to find answers to two questions: What knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values will today’s learners need to thrive and shape their world? How can the curriculum effectively promote these skills, attitudes, values, and knowledge? With these questions in mind, it is evident that quality...
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