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Vitalis Wekesa: Against all odds, at 11yrs of age, Vitalis Baraka did odd jobs to support his parents

When the sole provider of a family loses his job, with a family to feed and children to educate, life…

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Melvin Kanaiza: Bridge illuminated my path and today I am a proud student of St. Lawrence University in New York

Growing up without a father and losing a sister to the cruel hands of death, not knowing where your next…

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Transforming Lives Through Education

Access to quality education is one of the Sustainable Development Goals put forth by the United Nations as a key…

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Peace Kiponda: The quality of education I got at Bridge was key in helping me re-write my family’s script

A proper education sets children up to grow personally, professionally and socially. It awakens joy, curiosity to learn and a…

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It is time for us all to empower girls – and to invest in a future that believes in their agency, leadership and potential

Today, the world commemorates the 10th anniversary of the International Day of the Girl Child under the theme “Our time…

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Joyce Katana: From a small town in the sunny city of Mombasa County to the halls of Kenyon College in Ohio

Children are born with varying levels of talent and intelligence, but possessing natural, smart skills is no guarantee of success.…

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The transformation of education begins with teachers

Today is World Teachers’ Day, held annually on 5 October to celebrate all teachers around the globe. This year’s celebrations…

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We must transform education to meet SDG 4 goals

Early this week, the United Nations Secretary General convened the Transforming Education Summit at the 77th Session of the UN…

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We must transform literacy spaces to end learning poverty

Communities across the world are celebrating the International Literacy Day today. This day is observed annually to raise awareness of…

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