School Management

How we work



In order for EducAfrica to realize its vision, and the greater SDG 4 on Quality Education,

and the creation of Child Friendly Schools, our 3-pronged approach focuses on:

  1. Accountability: The aim is to foster transparency and accountability among our partner schools, which we believe will enhance their financial capacity over longer period of time. 

  2. Micro-infrastructure Improvements: Clean water, proper sanitation and good lighting are fundamental towards the creation of Child Friendly schools. Appreciating the little space most community schools operate in, innovations are necessary executing optimization of capacity. 

  1. Pedagogy Training: With more than 90% of teachers in community schools lacking proper training, complementary training is necessary towards ensuring students get quality education: Special focus on teachers in Early Childhood. 

  2. Psychosocial Support: As a result of the dynamics and demands of community schools, the plight of families and children from resource constrained areas, mental health is crucial towards excellence. As EducAfrica, we consult with experts to offer support to teachers to handle the high stress levels. 

  3. ICT Integration in Learning: One of the 21st century core competencies in CBC is digital literacy skills. The integration of ICT in learning  has never been emphasized as it has recently. In this regard, with an appreciation of the change in the Kenyan Education curriculum, we aim to enhance the use of technology in learning and preparation of lessons.



School Management



  1. Equip: Our focus is on ensuring a solid academic foundation for learners from community schools. Any compromise on the quality of education at this basic/foundational level has proven to have a lasting effect on many scholars from community schools.

  2. Scholarships (MERIT): We award secondary scholarships on merit basis, aimed at ensuring that top students get access to quality high school education that is lacking within their immediate environment. 

  3. Student Council: Focusing on civic education, we know that one of the ways of teaching the 21st Century skills is anchored on creating opportunities for leadership. Through the Student Council approach, we present the students with an opportunity to increase their skill set in the skills with their community in mind.