By Ian Mutiso
Girl child empowerment through vocational training has contributed to more women graduating in Kilifi.
Speaking during a graduation ceremony on Thursday, Clara Chonga, the county executive member for education, vocational training, and ICT, expressed her excitement with the number of girls graduating from traditionally male-dominated fields.
By Ian Mutiso
By Patrick Chiriba and Jael Jepkemoi
President William Ruto on Wednesday launched the eagerly awaited Hustler Fund at Green Park Terminus in Nairobi.
Speaking during the launch, the president said the fund would be vital in unlocking economic equality in the country.
“I am happy that from today we shall all be equal as Kenyans. This is the fund that is going to equalize all the people of Kenya so that every citizen can know that they matter and they count,” he said.
The book titled “Flying Solo and Soaring” contains over 20 pages of lessons meant to empower single mothers as they seek to be more intentional in their choices for their children.
Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu has vowed to reduce examination irregularities in this year’s national exams.
Speaking at Kisumu Girls, CS Machogu stated that the government is fully committed to ensuring credible and reliable exams.
The ministry of education has reaffirmed its commitment to transforming schools to become inclusive for all students, including those with disabilities.
Speaking at Ubuntu Conference in Kasarani, State Department for University Education and Research PS, Simon Nabukwesi stated that to achieve inclusive quality education, it is crucial to focus on special needs education in Kenya.
Kenya Forest Services (KFS) has stepped up its tree-planting exercise across the country.
In a statement posted on their Twitter account, KFS said that tree planting activities are being conducted countrywide.
“The service in conjunction with educational institutions planted 650 seedlings in schools together with students and the local communities,” the statement in part.