This month, CFK Africa announced a new partnership with We One Action Network (WOAN) to support its Best Schools Initiative in 2024, continuing the organization’s efforts to improve educational outcomes in informal settlements in Kenya.
The partnership will support CFK Africa’s work to improve teacher training in schools, which is a critical component to strengthening educational environments.
“We are grateful for the support from WOAN, which will enhance our efforts to increase the retention and graduation rates of young students in Kenya who are living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities,” said CFK Africa Executive Director Jeffrey Okoro, who grew up in Kibera and was named the head of the nonprofit this past summer. “Our goal is to help better prepare teachers to create an engaging learning environment that stimulates school attendance while also helping them adapt their methods for the contemporary learner.”
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