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Appreciation award presentation to CEMASTEA by Allan and Gill Gray Foundation

Appreciation award presentation to CEMASTEA by Allan and Gill Gray Foundation

Published in CEMASTEA News Written by  September 06 2019 font size decrease font size increase font size
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Article written by: Ann Jane Mumbi, Dan Orero and Winfred Magu 
Photos by: Ann Jane Mumbi, Dan Orero and Winfred Magu
 
Dr. Roselyn Marandu, Programme Director Allan and Gill Gray Foundation-Kenya, a partner organisation to the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA) paid a courtesy call to Mrs. Jacinta Akatsa, Director-CEMASTEA.

 

Roselyn Marandu, Programme Director Allan and Gill Gray Foundation-Kenya (centre) presenting appreciation award to Mrs. Jacinta Akatsa-HSC, Director CEMASTEA (left) and Mrs. Mary Sichangi (right), Coordinator Partnerships and International Trainings, CEMASTEA

A contract to train teachers from the 102 secondary schools had earlier been signed and the training took place in February, 2019 at Nakuru, Nairobi and Mombasa counties whose objective was to induct teachers on the entrepreneurship challenge program for students which they are overseeing in schools as students engage in the online based competitions.

After a successful implementation, some students from Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) model schools qualified for the awards. The award ceremony that was held on 3 August 2019 was presided over by Mrs. Lydia Muriithi, deputy director CEMASTEA presenting the Institution on behalf of the Director.