Asanyo Primary School

From January this year, Asanyo primary school opened its doors to students from Asanyo farm community where World Teacher Aid is currently building the school house. The school began by admitting class one (grade one) students from January 9th 2017. The plan is to enroll more students as the classrooms are completed. The community will … Continued

Other Effects and Impacts of Building a School in the Community

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Christmas & Rickshaws… Fa-La-La-La-La

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Charity Starts in the Classroom

During my ten years of teaching primary school with the Grand Erie District School Board, I have helped organize a lot of fundraisers. Bake sales and clothing drives never felt like enough — a single act or event did nothing to teach the kids about their greater role in changing the world. My dream has … Continued

Asanyo Farm

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The Three Phases

As we begin to take steps to start closing out the year, WTA will begin taking steps towards a new mission and vision in the way we will continue to support our schools and communities. During our Board Retreat this past summer, the Board along with Amy & Stu, have decided to start implementing three … Continued

End of 2016 School Year

The 28th October 2016 will be the last school day for most of the students in Kenya. Those left in schools will be the candidates taking the national exams either at the primary school level or end of high school national exams. These candidates will be seat for their exams in November. Thus it is … Continued

LaunchCon Fundraiser a Huge Success

Last week, we had the privilege again to be the featured charity at another Jeff Walker’s event – LaunchCon in Los Angeles, California. This was an AWESOME event that surpassed our imaginations. The room was full of entrepreneurs who were eager to learn more on how to launch their business BUT also leave a greater … Continued

School Feed Programs

Introduction In each and every educational institution, providing basic needs is paramount to enabling the basic function of learning. This is the true everywhere although the way such is implemented varies from place to place. One of the most basic needs that must be met is provision of food to learners to fuel them. Over … Continued

New Blog Series – Interviews

We are going to start a new series of blog posts that will feature interviews of those individuals who impact WTA. Our first interview will be with Sam, our Field Rep for WTA. We hope you enjoyed today’s interview. If you would like to follow Sam and all his adventures, feel free to check out … Continued

Plans for Program Expansion

As World Teacher Aid grows, we have decided to expand our program to do more in the existing schools even as we continue to build more schools. To this end, we recently held a principals (high school) and headmasters (primary/elementary) meeting to chat about what is ahead for our schools. The meeting was held on … Continued