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G-UNITED TRAINING FOR CDES AT MAANZONI

Greatness United - G-United is an annual national volunteering programme that was launched on September 2014 by the Presidency of the Republic of Kenya, and is implemented by the Ministry of Education, with technical support provided by Evidence Action. The primary aims of the programme are:

  1. Strengthen and support primary education outcomes; educational outcomes such as early reading and math skills will be enhanced, with volunteers under the guidance of teachers, providing remedial support to pupils that have been identified as requiring extra support.
    As mentors, volunteers will be challenged to inspire, motivate and cultivate a culture of greatness at their partner primary schools. The volunteers acting as education ambassadors will promote school enrollment through outreach and awareness raising campaigns in their host communities.
  2. Promote national cohesion; by volunteering in areas other than their home or residence counties, university graduates will gain invaluable exposure to diverse environments and communities. Whilst on placement with partner primary schools, these volunteers will live with resident host families, further increasing opportunities for meaningful cultural exchange.
  3. To create enriching personal development opportunities for the youth through community service. University graduates who are selected to participate in this prestigious programme will develop essential professional and life skills; they will go through extensive training and practical experience that will contribute towards making them better individuals.

 

 

A section of County Directors of Education (CDEs) learning on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 during their induction training on G-United Programme at Maanzoni, Machakos County. G-United is an annual national volunteering programme that was launched on September 2014 by the Presidency of the Republic of Kenya, and is implemented by the Ministry of Education, with technical support provided by Evidence Action. The primary aims of the programme are: strengthen and support primary education outcomes: promote national cohesion; to create enriching personal development opportunities for the youth through community service.

Fred Abungu of Evidence Action makes a presentation on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 during their induction training for County Directors of Education (CDEs) on G-United Programme at Maanzoni, Machakos County. G-United is an annual national volunteering programme that was launched on September 2014 by the Presidency of the Republic of Kenya, and is implemented by the Ministry of Education, with technical support provided by Evidence Action. The primary aims of the programme are: strengthen and support primary education outcomes: promote national cohesion; to create enriching personal development opportunities for the youth through community service.

Facilitator train the cohort Four Volunteer Graduates of the G-United training programme in one of the sessions held,April 10, 2018 at Kenya Educational Management Institute in Parklands, Nairobi.
A section of the cohort Four in the Volunteer Graduates Assistants of the G-United training programme of Ministry of Education in one of the training sessions today, April 10, 2018 at Kenya Educational Management Institute in Parklands, Nairobi. They will be deployed to Busia, Migori, Taita Taveta, West Pokot, Bungoma, Kwale and Kilifi after successful completion of the training

 

 

 

 


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