School Lunches

In almost all the Kenyan secondary schools, the school organizes a common launch among all the students that parents pay a fee for, while in primary schools the students can have a common meal or more commonly they carry a packed lunch with them when they come to the school. This is the same across … Continued

School Feeding Program at Bright Hope High School

It has been the goal of World Teacher Aid to create programs and the ideals that are sustainable and self-sufficient, especially in the regards to school feeding programs. This is because it can be a rather expensive and arduous undertaking if not approached properly. In our schools we have been encouraging the community and the … Continued

April 2018 Impacts

Here are a few highlights of the impact that was made in some of our schools in April AMANI KURESOI PRIMARY SCHOOL The parents of Amani Kuresoi Primary School in their last parents’ meeting saw the need to set up a school kitchen. The kitchen was mainly aimed at enhancing the school feeding program, which … Continued

Planting Season

The closing of our schools marks the end of a successful semester and beginning of the planting season within all the surrounding communities. Mother Nature, through heavy rains, has come to the dismay of many farmers who have been subjected to hasten the preparation of their land. Whereas rains are often regarded as a blessing … Continued

Funnel Hacking Live 2018

“When he handed me this check for $133,737, my jaw dropped.”  – Stu McLaren  A few years ago when Russell Brunson and Todd Dickerson started ClickFunnels, they committed to donate $1 to World Teacher Aid for every funnel that was created using ClickFunnels. It was a TREMENDOUSLY generous act. But here’s the thing… 4 years … Continued

A Day in the Life of WTA Student, Benedicta

Identifying talent can be an uphill task and often confusing. Some people identify what they love doing by mirroring others. Others establish talent by seeing others do it and believing that they had the capability of doing it better than those before them. Most often, we are unable to know of our capabilities until we … Continued

Changing a Negative Attitude

It was about 9:30 a.m. at Springs High School and normal school activities were going on. A student (Shawn will do, not his real name though) knocked on the door a bit nervously and I quickly welcomed him into the office. After settling in, he said that he wanted to have some time to discuss … Continued

A Day in the life of WTA Student, Aron

Talent is often regarded as a natural aptitude or skill in accomplishing a specific task. Others refer to talent as the ability to be good at something, especially without being taught. Most people often confuse hard work with talent, while to others the terms are almost similar. A well-renowned entrepreneur Robert Half once noted, “Hard … Continued

Second Annual Teachers Conference

Last Saturday, February 24, 2018, World Teacher Aid held its second annual Teachers Conference at Hotel Waterbuck in Nakuru. Teachers from our eleven schools (as of right now) came together for the one-day conference that aims to bring together our schools. We strive to “Make them Awesome,” in pursuit of the second phase of our … Continued

Day in the life of Teresia Kanyuga

“A teacher is a person who helps others to acquire knowledge, competence and values”, according to Wikipedia. The definition in itself highlights the importance of a teacher within modern society. In most economies, teachers are deemed to be the most overworked and underpaid. They are often tasked with the roles of being mentors, educators and … Continued

Day in the Life of Michael Tonui

Michael Tonui is a teacher at Bright Hope High School in the Lemolo B community. He is a Mathematics and Geography teacher although he is also holding the fort by teaching Physics and Agriculture due to a shortage of teachers in his school. Bright Hope High School serves both the Lemolo A and B communities … Continued