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Education & Books
“May this book inspire you to be more courageous,” wrote Boniface Mwangi, an activist and popular figure in Kenya as he signed his book titled, Unbounded. He further wrote, “Keep telling those stories. Enjoy the read.” The book was launched at PCEA Neema Church in Lowell, Boston regions. The books Boniface brought with him for the launch were sold out. He signed the book to the nightfall.
Anne Wawira Founder and Executive Director of Food 4 Education presented the feeding program that she has established to feed needy students with a school lunch in Kenya after returning from Australia. “Food 4 Education is currently feeding 300 students with meals every day,” said Wawira. She looks to increase the number of students in the program so every child has a meal during the school day. With a donation of $90 one will feed a child for one year. $30 feeds a child for a term and $10 feeds a child with 20 meals in a month. ...
Graduation is the final day to celebrate. As I headed from Baltimore I got invited to a graduation day lunch and had a talk with Alice Taiti who is a Graduate of 2016. It was exciting to hear what the now lady armed with Education that the late president Nelson Mandela is quoted saying to be the most powerful weapon one can use to change the world had to say on Education. ...
At the end of a landmark visit to Germany, President Uhuru Kenyatta has passionately spoken about the need to reform Kenya’s education system to meet the needs of its growing young population....
Sitting in the physician lounge at Suburban Hospital, Gloria Kotente Mumeita blinks back tears as she thinks about her life. The 23-year-old, who grew up in a hut made of dirt and sticks in the Kajiado District of Kenya, is now in her fifth and final year of medical school at the University of Nairobi. She’s on her way to becoming the third Maasai woman doctor ever. “When I look back I can’t believe I got to medical school,” she says....
Kenya Constitution 2010 Fiscal Sustainable & Fair Pay for Teachers is Kshs 204 billion from Kshs 568 billion“The new constitution established the Salaries and Remuneration Commission for the first time in our history, and conferred on it the mandate of managing the remuneration of public officers, including teachers. The mandate of the SRC is to set, review and advise on the remuneration of all state and public servants, including teachers and myself, with a view to ensuring that the public wage bill is fiscally sustainable. At the moment, our public wage bill accounts for 52% of revenue,” said President Uhuru Kenyatta. ...
Am a strong believer that everyone was born with their own unique divine path in this life but the tricky part is to discover that path. As it is with most of us, we are always waking up to a different path and never really knowing which particular one we need to stick with in order to get to our destination. For some it’s as easy as daylight, to some it takes long and to some, it’s a very difficult and a painful experience and unfortunately for some, they come to the end of their lives without ever knowing what their real purpose on earth was. I must say that am humbled by the opportunity to discover my path. My discovery did not come easy....
SOUTH HUMBERSIDE, England– Perplexed with what she thinks are the increasing prejudice and injustice prevailing in this present generation, Sarah Kirowo wanted to share experiences, with the hope that people will be touched and think of the pain each one cause to each other....
Bill Gates writes, "If you’re looking for something to read this summer, I’d recommend any of the books below. I read them all earlier this year and think each one is terrific. Only one, The Rosie Project, qualifies as a typical beach read. But all six are deeply informative and beautifully written." Below the books recommended and Bill Gates comments. ...
It is great to be back in Massachusetts, and it is great to be here at Worcester Tech. I want to thank Reggie for that outstanding introduction. I want to thank Naomi for those inspiring words. I want to thank your outstanding, fabulous principal, Sheila Harrity, who has done so much to make this school a success. Let me just say, when you’re the National High School Principal of the Year, you’re doing something right. There are a lot of principals out there, and we could not be prouder of what she’s doing....
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