Working with teachers in Kenya brought home the reality that education is the only way out of poverty. Kenyan people are bright (they speak at least three languages), hard-working (small children rise at the crack of dawn to walk an hour or more to school) and highly spiritual (they believe that life is fundamentally good). They continue to smile broadly and study hard despite their circumstances. They are optimistic about the future. Drought, famine and large class sizes (+100 per teacher, in… Continue
Posted on August 26, 2009 at 14:50 — 1 Comment
Comment Wall (9 comments)
You need to be a member of Education Beyond Borders to add comments!
Join Education Beyond Borders
Thank you for your response. I think the training went excellent. Could you plz. add me on skype? govinda.prasad.panthy1 is my skype id and want to talk more about my school andn school students and teachers. I hope you love to explore the world more and more
And if possible, make more links to us so that we can get help from people like u
we are now recieving agood amount of rain .Almost all maasai cows are dead due to the drought