These youngsters are determined to make a positive change in their future by using the reading materials at the TVT resource Centre in Meru County
Reading club now open at the TVT resource Centre. With the ongoing disinterest in serious reading TVT has initiated a project on reading which would see young people competing in reading novels and stories books and making public presentations to a panel of judges. The first, second and third winners will be awarded Kshs. 15,000, 10,000 and 5,000 respectively. The competition took place on 26th August at the TVT training centre in Meru County.
TVT resource Centre houses library services where students come to conduct their studies and work together as a team, the library services give the students an opportunity to learn and stay away from trouble as they are kept occupied.
Education is a right for all and not a Privilege of a few
TVT has been partnering with South Korean Educators WithoutBorders (EWB) led by Prof. Korbil to provide textbooks to poor and needy schools in Meru. On 16th August 2017 they paid a visit to one of the schools in Tigania East, Meru County, where they met with the Principal of Kailutha Secondary School, Madam Ann Mwika to discuss other possible ways of collaboration to enhance education in the county.
Kailutha Secondary school is one of the many schools that have benefited from the generous donation of text books by the Educators without Borders (EWB) of South Korea. In this picture she is meeting the head of the EWB for the very first time and she is expressing her appreciation.