Education – Promoting digital literacy
In Kenya, youth from informal settlements have little or no access to information denying them the very critical opportunity that such information would play in their lives. The world today is also driven by technology so through this project we work with informal schools to train learners on computer literacy, through our partners we distribute laptops to the schools and work with teachers and our trainers to train the pupils. We further take the participants through our sports and life skills training.
Regular physical activity helps control or reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes etc and improves their metabolism. Children who are physically active are more likely to grow into physically active and emotionally balanced adults. The school therefore is proven to be the best place to introduce changes in the way sports or physical education is handled. Schools come with a package of a play area, infrastructure, friends, teachers, etc. and hence provide the best environment to get children to play and learn.