The PATHWAYS 7th annual conference was held at the Savelberg Retreat this year over a two-day period allowing plenty of time for sharing, games and discussing ways to link the scholar’s community projects. Continue reading
- Education, Kenyatta University, graduated 2015
- Education Project: Promoting education through youth mentorship and tuition
- Ngari village, Samburu county
- Mentor: Catherine Kaimenyi
Justus was born in Ng’ari village, Samburu district in Kenya. He scored the highest in his class on the standardized test given to all secondary school leavers (KCSE).
Justus has always dreamt of becoming a teacher to be able to teach and motivate the people of his community and country. He chose this career because of the low literacy and overall education levels of the people in his community. Continue reading
We are happy to announce the graduation of Noah Kanda Kelly. Noah graduated in September 2011 from the University of Nairobi with a degree in Education. We were only now able to retrieve this lost photo of him and post it.
His first position was teaching Geography at Chebai High School, the same school he attended in high school. Thereafter, he took a position at neighboring school, Moi Girls Kapcherop Secondary School, as a Geography and Business Studies teacher. Noah is currently especially interested in the education of girls Continue reading
Dennis Mutwiri, third year scholar, reports that his community project involving introducing solar power is providing benefits. Pictured left is a community member who bought a solar kit on credit and is now using the power for lighting, recharging phones and powering a radios.
Commercially, he charges mobile phones for persons in the neighborhood at the rate of KSH10 per phone and uses some of the proceeds to repay the loan for the solar kit. Continue reading