Mandera County has embarked on an ambitious project to enhance teacher training, in a collaborative effort with Zizi Afrique and the Ministry of Education. The project was announced following a meeting, facilitated by the Governor, with key educational stakeholders including Dr. Mugo, CEO of Zizi Afrique, Mrs. Salome Maina from the Ministry of Education, and representatives from Gencad organization.
The initiative’s main objective is to conduct assessments at Mandera TTC, focusing on the implementation of a competency-based curriculum. This move is a strategic response to the challenges in delivering quality education within the county, aiming to equip teachers with the necessary skills and knowledge for effective teaching.
In his brief remarks, the Governor expressed gratitude to the partners for their support and underscored the importance of the project as part of the county’s broader educational reform, especially following the recent launch of the education taskforce report.
This collaborative effort marks a significant step in Mandera County’s commitment to improve the standard of education. By concentrating on teacher training and curriculum development, the initiative is expected to have a lasting impact on the educational landscape of the county.
The engagement of various stakeholders, including the Governor’s office, Zizi Afrique, the Ministry of Education, and Gencad, highlights the collective effort and dedication to ensure that the youth in Mandera receive a comprehensive and quality education, setting a strong foundation for their future.