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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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NewsWTA Updates
November 2, 2016

The Three Phases

As we begin to take steps to start closing out the year, WTA will begin taking steps towards a new mission and vision in the way we will continue to support our schools and communities. During our Board Retreat this…
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NewsWTA Updates
September 29, 2016

New Blog Series – Interviews

We are going to start a new series of blog posts that will feature interviews of those individuals who impact WTA. Our first interview will be with Sam, our Field Rep for WTA. We hope you enjoyed today's interview. If…
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NewsWTA Updates
September 22, 2016

Plans for Program Expansion

As World Teacher Aid grows, we have decided to expand our program to do more in the existing schools even as we continue to build more schools. To this end, we recently held a principals (high school) and headmasters (primary/elementary)…
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NewsSchool Updates
April 28, 2016

Introducing Baraka Shalom Community

As a continuation of our efforts to improve access to education, we are welcoming a new community into our fold. We will be moving to a community called Baraka Shalom in Molo area of Kenya. We are partnering with this…
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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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March 26, 2015

Construction Update March 2015

In the last month, we have began construction of our fifth school in Kenya. I introduced the Haji farm community in a post  as self starters who had already made a start on a school albeit with limited resources they had…
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January 26, 2015

Teachers' Strike Off, Normal Learning Resume

As I reported in the first post of the year, government employed teachers (for public schools like our project schools) were on a strike. They were engaged in this industrial action as a negotiating tool for better remuneration although its…
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