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WealthFest Africa 2020

This is an initiative towards bringing together business people across the continent of Africa to learn and network with an aim of exploring the diverse opportunities available in the continent of Africa.  

Youth Empowerment through online learning – Jon Muruka work

Jon Muruka is an  Environmental graduate, founder, and owner of Ntaka Waste Management, headquartered in Vihiga County. His innovation of turning everyday household and industrial waste into briquettes won him 3rd place nationally in this year’s National Youth Council, FursaVsVirus Challenge. P4CDA has not only been instrumental in funding 2 Udemy and 11+ Coursera courses […]

Gender Action Learning System (GALS) Graduation

Gender Action Learning System (GALS) is a community-led empowerment methodology using specific participatory processes and diagram tools that aims to give women as well as men more control over their lives as the basis for individual, household, community and organizational development. The key focus of the program is to analyze and breakthrough gender based barriers […]

Commonwealth Youth Awards 2021 open for entries

Everyone here is or will be a recipient of a scholarship programme made possible by a partnership between P4CDA and Commonwealth of Learning. Here is another opportunity for Youths on the platform from COL. Exceptional young people can now submit entries for the 2021 Commonwealth youth awards to win prestigious titles and cash grants. The […]

Dhairya Pujara speech on Design Thinking | Commencement of Udemy graduates Kenya class of 2020 P4CDA

Widows Open Up On Retrogressive Culture, Neglect

Design Thinking

Deliverables Design Thinking Identifying your community problem(s) / need(s) and turn it/them into an opportunity Create a solution based on the need Develop and test a prototype of the solution

Keeping The Doors of Learning Open in Kenya

Learning in life is a continuous process. Facilitation of it is key to sustainable development. The creation of the UN SDGs saw a renewed commitment by governments and entities to find ways to make quality education more accessible and affordable by all. This resulted in the proliferation of open, long-distance technology-enabled learning models similar to […]

Open Online Distance Learning to an African

My first encounter with open long distance learning was during my childhood and most of it seemed to be from Bible Correspondence Institutes miles away. Quite often I would read of one in the newspaper or witness a minister of the gospel engage with one. Interestingly enough such learning seemed to have a great impact […]