Don’t survive, thrive!!

16 years – the prime age when teenagers become indifferent towards education as they want to explore the world. For some, it’s all about trending dance moves, songs and having fun. That is however not the case for Sylvia Dama who is an excellent student with A...
Together we can do so much

Together we can do so much

Community Reading Days were born after Kesho Kenya shared agenda of the Tusome Tufahamu project with partner institutions and Kenya National Library Services (KNLS), Rotary Club of Kilifi and Moving the Goalposts (MTG) came on board. The purpose of these reading...
Don’t be the same, be better…

Don’t be the same, be better…

Esther Dzendere is a woman who never gives up. Who would have thought that she would be fulfilling her heart’s desire in her thirties… The saying better late than never fits in this context. Although who said, there is a time frame in acquiring education...
Aspire to inspire before you expire

Aspire to inspire before you expire

I am Kambi Kaingu and this is my story…   I emanated into this world in 1999.The knowledge that was imparted on me was that a common mistake that people make when trying to design something complete foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete...
An enthusiastic mentor

An enthusiastic mentor

Background: Omar hails from a family of 8 siblings (3 girls and 5 boys) . He is the 3rd born and the only one who has joined university. He regrets that their first-born did not complete class 8 and the second born failed to complete form 4. To break the jinx, Omar...
Reading our way to class one

Reading our way to class one

Kesho continues to support children to achieve competence in reading fluency, pronunciation and comprehension of English and Kiswahili languages. According to Uwezo report (2015) 8 out of 100 children in grade 8 can not do class 2 work. This means some children...