Teach For Kenya champions a multidisciplinary approach to education reform. We view Teaching as Collective Leadership and students as the promise of a brighter future for all Kenyans.

May 28, 2024 admin No Comments

Giving Hope to Children affected by the Floods!

Fundraising Campaign Giving Hope to children affected by the floods! In the last couple of weeks, Kenya has been facing a devastating flood crisis caused by relentless heavy rains. Schools have lost major learning infrastructure such as desks, chairs, textbooks and computers that were washed away by the floods with others being converted to shelters […]

May 24, 2024 admin No Comments

Boys and Girls Safe Spaces: A Partnership Against Harmful Gender-Based Norms in Our Schools

“The most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive empowerment and engagement of the community.” – Jane D. Hull. The prevalence of school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) has a profound impact on millions of children worldwide. In Kenya, the 2019 Violence Against Children Survey (VACS) revealed alarming statistics, with a high percentage of girls […]

October 12, 2023 admin 6 Comments

Global Knowledge Sharing Can Transform Kenya’s Education

Imagine opening the doors to your home, finally free of the solitary confinement that grounded the world, but then perceiving a sense of disconnectedness from humanity. That’s how we felt coming out of the COVID lockdown of 2020. Adrift for months in the digital sea of social media, watching the seasons change from the window […]

September 12, 2023 admin 8 Comments

If Tomorrow Never Comes

The classroom is packed with tiny desks, resembling a family of sardines. The walls are covered with colorful manila papers, stickers that proudly display key learning points, and perhaps some infantile graffiti that adds a touch of youthful exuberance. An image of a clock, a cow, and a bus are displayed in different corners of the room. There is a blackboard with arithmetic homework on another wall.

January 20, 2022 admin No Comments

Developing a Young Generation of Wildlife Warriors

Kenya has been blessed with unbounded beauty that evokes amazement on its sacred land for centuries, ranging from wildlife and natural physical features. With a patriotic spirit, Kenya has a proud tradition of citizen involvement in wildlife conservation however, thousands of people miss out on the opportunity to see, explore and experience the wondrous creations. […]

November 19, 2021 admin 3 Comments

Changing the paradigm of Education through Partnership

In pursuit of addressing the systemic challenges faced in high need schools in Kenya, we partnered with ProFuturo, where we trained our Cohort 1 Fellows by elevating their knowledge on; how to be visionary teacher leaders, how to have a positive classroom culture, and integrating technology in the classroom. Additionally, we began to cascade this […]

August 25, 2021 admin 1 Comment

Building the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Building the next generation of entrepreneurs, thought leaders and game changers requires every child to have access to a well- rounded education. A well-rounded education does not only mean acquiring good grades and having an excellent certificate. It also means building on ideas and broadening the beaming knowledge of children in the classroom. Teach For […]

December 31, 2020 admin 2 Comments

Education Inequity as Sustained by the “Box” Mindset

Every adult today was a child someday whose current realities in different contexts were engineered by different socio-economic factors. Undoubtedly, education remains a significant factor for success and development in any nation. Sadly, many children living in underprivileged societies are denied the chance to realize their full potential due to education inequity. We would view […]

October 15, 2020 admin 11 Comments

Teach for Kenya Community Visit to Mukuru kwa Njenga

By: Clara Omol Sources : Dianarose Njui ( Leadership and Development Officer, Teach for Kenya) , Collins Ngetich and George Ngala ( Teach for Kenya Fellows) As Coretta Scott King said, ‘the greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.’ On 12th October 2020, Teach for Kenya had […]