MKU Foundation to participate in forum on Innovation for Educational Equity

Mount Kenya University Foundation will participate in a forum on ‘Innovation for Educational Equity’ which will be held at Nairobi’s Serena Hotel on February 27.

Organized by the East Africa Philanthropy Network (EAPN) the forum will bring together corporate and private benefactors in education, and policy makers.

“In times where educational equity remains a fundamental yet elusive goal, this discussion is designed to address the foundational elements that can drive systemic change,” says Evans Okinyi, EAPN Chief Executive Officer.

The Forum is by EAPN’s Working Group on Education, whose members include MKU Foundation. The Working Group will debate three critical pillars: Sustainable funding models for education, robust governance frameworks, and effective community engagement methodologies.

“We aim to shed light on how these elements, when strategically aligned, can serve as catalysts for revolutionary educational practices,” adds Okinyi.

Besides MKU Foundation, other participants include Affecto Foundation, Asante Africa Foundation, and Uthabiti Africa.

EAPN says the objectives of the forum will be:

      I.         Champion the use of evidence-based research to inform policies that ensure equitable education access.

    II.         Catalyze financial support from diverse stakeholders to fund innovative educational solutions.

   III.         Deploy impactful programs that improve educational outcomes through advanced technologies and methodologies.

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