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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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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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EducAfrica Foundation recently participated in the Values and Life Skills Cluster Workshop, which was organized by Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative GESCI. The workshop’s main objective was to explore ways of capacity building for the members of the Regional Education Learning Initiative (RELI) Values and Life Skills (VaLi) Cluster. ADAPT seeks to build capacity of...
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My name is Hesbon Bahati. I am 20 years old. I am the firstborn in a family of four, my mother and my two siblings who study at Destiny Junior Education Centre in Mathare(Nairobi, Kenya). My mother is the breadwinner of our family, she takes care of everything. We see her suffering a lot and...
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My name is Reinhard Maina Odise. I am born into a family of 4 siblings. I am the firstborn in the family. I am 19 years old. When we heard that I had been granted the EducAfrica scholarship, my family was full of joy because paying school fees was a huge burden. From that moment,...
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