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EducAfrica is a nonprofit organization that seeks to give opportunities to children living in extreme vulnerability situation in the african continent; this through the sponsorship of educational projects.
2nd psychosocial workshop with teachers held in Destiny School, on Saturday 23rd January 2021
Schools are open again! Taking care of all our family, Destiny school reopened on January
Campaign: EA and partners Response to Covid-19
Teachers preparing for a life skills lesson
Teenage Girls attending a life-skills lesson
Life Skills during Covid-19
EA Partnering with Hesich Foundation to meet the needs of learners in Kisii in 2019
Reaching out to students with food donations
During the last two weeks of October, the first presentations by the teachers were made at Destiny School, thus closing a first stage of the training process that our volunteers have carried out for them, enhancing different skills and educational methodologies.
The presentation was attended by students, teachers, managers, and representatives of other schools, as well as institutions that collaborate with EducAfrica and the Consul of Chile in Kenya.
Speaker at International Education Seminar
On November 2, we participated in the International Education Seminar "Thinking innovatively about teaching in complex contexts" held at the Witwatersrand University campus in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Seminar was held together with the Chilean Embassy in South Africa and delved into how to educate children who live in complex situations.
During the day, our Director Michael Babu presented his experience and learnings.
EducAfrica on the Chilean TV
Last Thursday, November 24, Canal 13 showed the experience lived by the journalist Natalia López, when she traveled to Kenya to learn about the educational intervention projects that we carry out. held at St Martins and Destiny School.
In the report, we learned the story of David Mburu, a 10-year-old Destiny School student, and Isaac Otieno, from St. Martin’s School.
New grants from the UN and the Chilean Government
We have been awarded with the "Chile Fund" by AGCID and UNDP! It is the second time they trust us, which makes us very proud.
This time the fund will be to finance the project to strengthen psychosocial skills through community-led socio-sports workshops in 2 slums in Kenya (Kibera and Mathare).
These workshops will be held in partnership with Fundación Fútbol Más
We are very grateful and happy as we managed to gather 160 godmothers / godparents for our most vulnerable children in Kenya. Being a sponsor allows you to have direct contact with your godson through letters, and have access to the different school progress reports. On the other hand, thanks to the contribution of the godparents, we can deliver new uniforms,
a daily food diet and emergency medical insurance.
On October 1, the first campaign that seeks to attract partners for our foundation was launched. Through the slogan # tumanosueducación, we seek to publicize this wonderful project and thus make the EducAfrica family grow even more.
This campaign aims to help our Infrastructure Improvement and Educational Advisory programs in schools that we support in Africa.
Finally in Kenya
On June 19 of 2017 we shipped and installed in one of the schools in Kenya the "Mural of Dreams" helped painted by our sponsors in Chile. A mural that was created by the talented Chilean artist Payo Söchting.
We want to thank all the volunteers which invaluable and selfless support helped building EducAfrica and developing capacity building in the schools we work with.
You can make a difference. We give you three specific ways to do it:
Our volunteers help us to accomplish our mission, whether in Africa or from Chile
That enable us to achieve the difficult task of financing the different projects in Africa.
School fees, food and emergency medical insurance are financed through study scholarships.
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