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African Kids In Need recently started a pilot program called AKIN Learning Center. The object of the program is to provide an opportunity for Class 8 students who either recently took the KCPE exams…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by benson m. karumba Nov 23, 2012.


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Education in Kenya I am the executive director and founder of African Kids In Need. We are beginning a program called the AKIN Learning Center which will provide remedial education for Class 8 students.
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grade 8, grade 9, grade 10, grade 11, grade 12
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If you have done work internationally, where and in what capacity?
Executive Director, African Kids In Need
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curriculum development, internships, organisational partnerships
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At 3:49 on November 23, 2012, benson m. karumba said…

hallo and how are you i appreciate the goodwork you are doing at AKIN i left namuncha and i was given a new school to start in september last year.through working hard i have been able to attract 356 learners within that short period.the new school is called IHINDU PRIMARY SCHOOL.its a few metres from the main highway to nakuru at a place called ihindu.i began by enrolling children from classes one to six and employing a few teachers .but now we are doing well.those who joined class six will be going to class serven

At 8:01 on February 16, 2010, antony kamau said…
Hallo Paul,

I actually have gone through AKINs website and it's a great job your are doing.I would like to commend you for the task you ventured into and i am sure the needy students your initiative is helping are quite happy about it.So is the community at large.

As i look forward to the confirmation of my position as a program manager for Youth Empowerment Strategic Scheme,a community based organisation where i volunteered for three years now,i will put your initiative in mind.I am sure we could look into ways through which our respective organisations will partner for a common agenda.

I should also send you our website address once it's hosted.We ave been in operations for 5 years,and have partnered with Queens Health Outreach-Canada,Rotary club-Kenya,Nairobits,various University bodies in Kenya such as i choose life-kenya,Kenyatta University Community Outreach and Extension Directorate,IVPAC, among others.


At 6:55 on February 16, 2010, antony kamau said…
Dear Paul Miller,

It's an honor to read from you and am positive that the request you just posted is possible.I will be more that willing to share my knowledge with the children on Environmental Issues,HIV/AIDs and the like.

The best investment one can ever make is giving back to the community.I therefore accept your request in that regard.Let's talk more to discuss the logistics.I'l look into you the pictures just to have an understanding the childrens age group!

Antony N. Kamau
At 7:52 on February 12, 2010, benson m. karumba said…
please make sure your teachers attend the seminar to learn teaching methods from our peers in other parts of the world
At 7:49 on February 12, 2010, benson m. karumba said…
hallo brother
i want to thank you for offering a place to one of pupil in your center .unfortunately the mother completely refused to let off the son .she is a single mother whose husband died some years back after suffering for along time from HIV .I THANK YOU AND YOUR LOCAL PARTNERS FOR YOUR EFFORT.I AM SURE YOU WILL BE PART OF THE TEAM THAT WILL COME IN AUGUST .we work in communities whose believe and tradition are complex despite i believe we will continue working together. our school ,although a public school is funded by the the fathers table foundation USA you can log on maasai literacy project to see our latest video


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