Franziska’s time in Nyanza

  Earlier this June, Franziska, a Swiss volunteer, took a field trip to Nyanza visiting a number of the children supported by Teach a Child – Africa (TaC). During her trip, she travelled to eight high schools and met around 30 children. Her reception, she says, was consistently warm and welcoming, with students rushing to

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Research reveals the outstandingly positive impact of Teach a Child

Martin Schor at Bern University of Applied Sciences has chosen to write his bachelor’s thesis examining the effects of Teach a Child – Africa’s (TaC) humanitarian work. To our very great pleasure, his conclusion was overwhelming positive with “no negative impact” being established. In Schor’s thesis, ‘Impact Review and More, Teach a Child Africa’ which

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Spotlighting our alumni: Otieno and Kennedy

At Teach a Child – Africa, we are enormously proud of the high degree of success that our students consistently achieve. Kennedy and Otieno are among the most recent group of students who have graduated secondary school and are now starting their studies at university. In a country where only 4% of the population has

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Happy birthday, Teach a Child – Africa!

  In December 2017, Teach a Child – Africa (TaC) celebrated its tenth anniversary. Ten years ago, TaC began to fund its first two students, Mary and Nancy, through secondary school. Mary has since graduated to become a web developer and designer, while Nancy went on to university to become our first graduate. Today, we

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Public meeting and cafe, Oxford, May 28th

I’m proud to invite you to our 2016 public meeting and cafe in Oxford to share news about TaC’s exciting work in Kenya and the difference we’re making to young lives. Whether you can join us for the whole afternoon or drop by for refreshments at our cafe with English and Kenyan fare, make a

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