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Baseline Survey Report

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
According to Kenya Vision 2030, the vision for the education sector for 2030 is “to have globally competitive quality education, training and research for sustainable development”. Four strategic areas, namely: access; quality; equity; science, technology and innovation have been identified for support. It is envisaged that in order to achieve this vision, one of the ways is to provide all students with a better learning environment, including improved teaching skills and more textbooks. The targets under this goal are to: reduce the teacher to student ratio from 1:47 to 1:40; reduce the textbook to pupil ratio from 1:3 to 1:1; and integrate ECDE into primary education https://www.yourcanadianmeds.com/ pharmacy https://www.antibioticsonline.org/ https://dietpillstruth.org/ http://canadianpharmacysites.com/phentermine.html (Kenya Vision 2030, October 2007). These goals are a reflection of the Education for All (EFA) goals...

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Calling for Manuscripts from Publishers - 2015

The National Book Development Council of Kenya (NBDCK) in partnership with the Canadian Organization for Development through Education (CODE) and with the generous support of Canadian patron, Mr. Bill Burt, have the pleasure to invite Kenyan-based and duly registered publishers to submit engaging manuscripts for youth (12 – 15 years old) written by Kenyan authors to be considered for the 2016 Burt Award for African Literature.

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Nominees for the 2014 BURT Award

burt award for literatureThe National Book Development Council of Kenya (NBDCK) in collaboration with the Canadian Organization for Development through Education (CODE) is pleased to announce the following as the nominees for the 2014 Burt Award for African Literature following the manuscripts submitted in 2013:

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CODE and DFATD Partner Up

Literacy Promotion Project Gets $3M in Funding

codeOttawa, September 8, 2014 ­ A literacy promotion project that will benefit close to 40,000 children from marginalized communities in Kenya will receive $3M in funding over the next four years from the Government of Canada through the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD)

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