WTA Updates

School UpdatesWTA Updates
June 9, 2016

Baraka Shalom stakeholders meeting and project launch

Last week, we held a stakeholders meeting in Baraka Shalom community (Molo) to officially launch the school project in the community. The meeting was attended by community members especially those with school going children whether at primary or kindergarten levels…
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DonationsWTA Updates
May 12, 2016

Thank You PLF Live!

Stu and I are always super honoured and excited to speak about WTA at Jeff Walker's Product Launch Live Event. His family, team and everyone you meet in the room are all world class people with massive hearts. This year…
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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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Write To GiveWTA Updates
February 11, 2016

Write To Give 2016 Launch

An Interview with Patricia Storms Teachers and students who have participated in the Write to Give (W2G) program know first-hand the thrill of seeing their own work develop into a unique and captivating story. This year, another exciting term has…
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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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DonationsWTA Updates
January 21, 2016

The $100,000.00 Story

Let’s travel back about a year ago. Stu McLaren and I decided to put on a workshop for the charity. The intent was that all the funds raised would go to World Teacher Aid, the charity my husband Stu and…
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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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