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Samuel Wangunyu

Community NewsWTA Updates
March 8, 2016

Stakeholders' Meetings

As we work on more and more project schools in Kenya, there's few issues that I have been feeling need to be addressed: issues of improving performance and continuity. I am particularly concerned about creating a culture of excellence and…
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High SchoolSchool Updates
February 25, 2016

Two New High Schools

Beginning this year, we had planned to start two new high schools in Lemolo and Haji communities in order to continue the educational efforts we started by establishing various primary (elementary) schools in these communities. Together with the various stakeholders…
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Class DevelopmentSchool UpdatesWTA Updates
January 28, 2016

Provision of Textbooks – Vital for Our New Schools

Each year, apart from the usual headline activities we undertake like building school buildings, we also strive to equip our project schools with the necessary resources required for learning. In all our project schools, we partner with the communities as…
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Class DevelopmentExamsNewsSchool Updates
January 9, 2016

Celebrating Pioneering Students and Moving Into 2016

Happy New Year! Last year, three of our project schools were taking part in the national examinations for the first time. This is an important milestone since it marks their entry into mainstream education sector. As I explained in this…
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Class DevelopmentSchool Updates
May 17, 2015

Preparing for the National examinations.

World Teacher Aid's great mandate is to improve access to education for children in rural areas. Right now, we are working in Kenya where we have three project areas and five schools between them; five primary schools and one high…
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Community NewsFeaturedWTA Updates
April 25, 2015

The Planting Season

The primary economic activity of the communities we work with is farming; to be exact subsistence small-scale farming. When resettlement was being implemented, a major consideration was enough farmland to accommodate the scores of people displaced from their original home…
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