Preparations are in high gear at KEWOTA towards the launch of digital learning project which will happen at the end of February.
In order to make learning easy and to improve learning experience in schools, KEWOTA is partnering with Estonia to give exclusive laptops to its members at an affordable fee.
“Once you have the laptop, which we shall enable you purchase, our members will access all the books approved by KICD in the classrooms,” said Benta Opande who is the CEO of KEWOTA.
At a meeting held today at KEWOTA headquarters in Hurligham, between Kewota and the Estonian Consul to Kenya Kadri Humal Ayal, Benta further expressed that the laptops will not only have over 120 books but will come with free solar panel.
This meeting comes just a few days after KEWOTA met the Consul at the Estonian Consulate in Kenya.
“The laptops will also be insured in case of theft or breakage,” added Opande.
The National Treasurer Jacinta Ndegwa, Acting Chair Modesta Akaki were present at the meeting.
“We want our members to enjoy exclusive benefits and treatment to be model teachers wherever they are,” added Ndegwa.
Stay tuned. More from Kewota before end of April.