• Djengue withholds Jan Uitdehaag working in Kenya again

    Unfortunately T4T trainer at the school leaders course of T4T, Jan Uitdehaag, is not going to continue his work in Kwale. In a letter below he explains the reason and reflects on the development of education in Kwale. Since 2007 Jan was one of the 3 creators of the school leaders course and a very […]

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  • Longing for education

    It would have been so nice to continue the T4T programs with Dutch head teachers, HoD’s and specialists SNE and ECDE next week. I remember the wonderful CBC lesson about plants last March and the powerful cooperation between Kenyan and Dutch teachers in the workshops. How new ideas about active learning were implemented in schools. […]

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  • No T4T group of teachers in September 2020

    Due to the worldwide corona crisis we unfortunately have to cancel our September visit with a group of head teachers, HOD’s, specialists SNE and ECD. The Dutch board made this decision very carefully in cooperation with the director, Francis Nzai. The following arguments were leading: 1. T4T has a procedure for Go-or-no-go decisions. The first […]

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  • Final Celebration cancelled

    Unfortunately we have to cancel the Final Celebration in Forest Lodge next Saturday due to a statement from the Ministry of Health. One Corona patient is detected in Nairobi. Reason for the Ministry to take precautionary measures. One of the measures is to cancel events. We are very sorry that we have to cancel the […]

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  • Workshops and school visits by Dutch teachers in Kwale

    About 40 teachers of Dutch primary education. secondary education, ECDE and SNE organized workshops for their Kenyan colleagues in Kwale during the weekend. Teachers from standard 3 and 4 (two per school) were invited to attend the workshops in the zones: Tsimba Golini, Matuga, Tsimba Tiwi, Mkongani, Kubo, Shimba Hills, Diani, Kinango, Samburu, Msambweni, Ng’gombeni […]

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  • Dutch teachers ready for take off

    Although they cannot make a real snowman this year, it is still winter in the Netherlands. Meanwhile it is very clear that the 38 teachers are longing to visit Kwale. The second workshop preparation day in Holland was about the possible content of the workshops, CBC, active learning and portfolio. They met and connected with […]

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  • T4T preparations in Kenya in full swing

    If the app and mail traffic increases, then we already know. While the 44 Dutch Kenyans will not have their first preparation meeting until Saturday, our director Francis Nzai has been busy for weeks putting the coordinators of all our projects, informing the important management of the Teachers Service Commission (employer on behalf of the […]

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  • Francis Nzai announces local fundraising at final celebration

    They become more and more colorful during the final celebration, where the mutual friendships between Kenyan and Dutch education people are rightly celebrated. As a thank you, the Kenyan colleagues decorate the Dutch with beautiful dresses and cloths during singing and dancing. That the deputy governor of Kwale is also there, soon becomes clear from […]

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  • Development of secondary education in Kwale

    Since 2012 Teachers4teachers started workshops for secondary teachers on a small scale. In 2016 HOD’s became interested in our work. They are responsible for the development of education and coaching of the teachers. Next September 2019 again three Dutch team leaders will be working with the HOD’s, which is going to be very interesting according […]

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  • 800 Kwale teachers to Forest Lodge

    After a very successful week of workshops during the midterms in Kwale, more teachers than ever attended the final celebration last February in Forest Lodge, Ukunda. A lot f friends were made this week and a lot is learned, especially about activating children in lessons. During the celebration 13 head teachers who followed the fourth […]

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