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TeachersWTA Updates
April 26, 2017

First WTA Teachers Conference

On 18th February 2017, teachers from all our project schools gathered at Hotel Waterbuck in Nakuru for the first WTA Teachers conference. The one day conference’s aim was to bring together the teachers in our projects schools into a common…
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Asanyo Farm Primary School
School Updates
March 30, 2017

Asanyo Primary School

From January this year, Asanyo primary school opened its doors to students from Asanyo farm community where World Teacher Aid is currently building the school house. The school began by admitting class one (grade one) students from January 9th 2017.…
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December 22, 2016

Other Effects and Impacts of Building a School in the Community

As we go about achieving the goal of producing lasting impact in rural communities by improving access to education, we have come to realize a few unexpected (initially) changes that a school brings. This usually hits home for most donors…
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December 15, 2016

Christmas & Rickshaws… Fa-La-La-La-La

You’re probably asking yourself, “How do Christmas & Rickshaws go together?” Well… here at WTA they’re a perfect adventure waiting for you to take part in! Thank you for making 2016 a record year for World Teacher Aid! As we…
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Write To GiveWTA Updates
November 29, 2016

Charity Starts in the Classroom

During my ten years of teaching primary school with the Grand Erie District School Board, I have helped organize a lot of fundraisers. Bake sales and clothing drives never felt like enough — a single act or event did nothing…
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WTA Updates
November 24, 2016

Asanyo Farm

This is the newest community World Teacher Aid is partnering with. Asanyo farm is located in Kuresoi area of Nakuru county just near border with Kericho county. It is about 90 kilometers from Nakuru town in one direction and 40…
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FeaturedNewslettersWTA Updates
December 15, 2014

Happy Holidays!

The holidays are now upon us, which makes it an excellent time to check in with the folks living in Lemolo, the latest village where WTA has built a school. Elian Ekeno and family Elian Ekeno plans on spending the…
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November 7, 2014

Newsletter: November 2014

Springs High School Soon it will be Thanksgiving time in the United States, a holiday that I once described to some friends in Kenya as, “Sort of like a harvest celebration but with lots of professional sports on TV.” I…
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NewslettersWTA Updates
November 6, 2014

Newsletter: October 2014

Sinendet Primary School in Lemolo B I discovered an interesting thing about Kimugul Primary School recently. This is the latest public school that WTA has completed. Located in the remote community of Lemolo A, the school was officially opened not…
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November 6, 2014

Newsletter: September 2014

In North America and Kenya, we are now a little more than a week into the new school term. “Back to School” essentials are the mostly the same: after some relative freedom, its back to enforced schedules, homework, your friends,…
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