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Transforming Learning and Training through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Transforming Learning and Training through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) gives an opportunity to contribute in giving back to the society. Aligning with CEMASTEA’s mandate to provide continuous professional development of teachers in STEM education, The Centre’s CSR activities are a tool to help create awareness of its brand and programmes and put a smile on the faces of learners and teachers in schools through donations towards improving Mathematics and Science.

Through the Director, Mrs Jacinta L. Akatsa, North Highridge Secondary School, Nairobi County and Kyangwasi Secondary School in Makueni County, were pleased to receive a mobile lab, mathematics models among other maths and science equipment in January, 2021.

While receiving the equipment, Mrs. Jane Bunyansi, Principal, North Highridge Secondary School, Nairobi County, promised that the equipment would be put to good use in improving maths and science performance in the school. Hon. Timothy Wanyonyi Wetangula, Westlands Constituency Member of Parliament (MP), who had visited the school, applauded CEMASTEA for the tremendous work of supporting the school. He was positive that the mobile lab would assist the students. The Director, CEMASTEA urged the students to take more interest in science subjects and have a positive attitude in learning.  She was impressed with the students’ engagements in hands on activities and wished the candidates success in their forth coming exams.

 

 Left: Hon. Timothy Wanyonyi Wetangula (seated) receiving the Mobile Lab and other equipment fromMrs Jacinta L. Akatsa, HSC, Director CEMASTEA at Highridge Secondary School, as Mrs. Jane Bunyansi, the Principal, teachers and students look on.

 

  Nothing has been so difficult in the teaching profession than to define a mobile laboratory to form four students, but today, no more definitions since they have seen it.              ”

Mr Mailo Peter, Physics teacher North Highridge Secondary School

 

At Kyangwasi Secondary School in Makueni County, the Principal, Mr. Ken Kamendi thanked CEMASTEA for the donations. He celebrated the good work the Centre was doing in promoting mathematics and science in Africa. All present were in agreement that the school would perform better in the subjects. The guests included the Sub- County Director of Education, Mr Kinuthia members of the school board and sub county administrative officers. The Director CEMASTEA, Mrs Jacinta L. Akatsa, ably represented by Mr Mutua Muyanga, called on the teachers to work tirelessly in lifting the standards of the students and be more innovative in their teaching.

   

Mr. Mutua Muyanga, (second from right) presenting a list of laboratory equipment to the Principal and the guests present.

Right: The school principal, guests and teachers of the school

 

   

Left: Mr Paul Akoko, CEMASTEA Biology Lab technician, explains how the Lab works to a teacher in the school.

Right: Students receiving the Lab

 

The best way to explain a sink is to bring someone to a sink. There is no other way. ”

Mr  Ken Kamendi, Principal,  Kyangwasi Secondary School

 

CEMASTEA WISHES ALL CANDIDATES success in their forth coming exams

 

 

 

 

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