“The three-day training for more than 36 teachers was aimed at equipping them with the necessary skills on how to better support children with disabilities.”
“My message to other teens out there is to come out and look at the challenges our community is facing, and to try to address them in small ways.”
“CFK Africa is working to improve [school] attendance via a variety of methods, and this LEAP project (in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) was designed to provide guidance on how to implement, measure, and eventually scale specific interventions to improve school attendance in informal settlements in Kenya.”
“During these four years of schooling, the scholarship not only covered my school fees, but also provided a range of additional activities that shaped my personal growth such as participation in community service, holiday study camps, learning excursions, and mentorship sessions.”
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Mitchelle completed life skills and entrepreneurship trainings through CFK Africa, preparing her to grow a successful business and empower other young people in Kibera with employment opportunities.
“The new research from our partners at MIT will help us fine-tune our programs. We are eagerly awaiting this next phase of the Best Schools Initiative to help students in informal settlements gain more educational opportunities which lead to better academic outcomes.”