KEPSHA stands for Kenya Primary Schools Headteachers Association
As an organization representing the diverse views of over 26,000 primary school head teachers, KEPSHA cares about a lot of issues pertaining to quality education in Kenya. The Child-Friendly Schools framework provides KEPSHA with the overall blueprint from which we are building a systematic approach to delivering equitable rights-based quality education for all of our pupils in Kenya.
Promoting Effective Management for Conducive Learning.
To influence education policy by empowering headteachers to nurture and promote individuals learn to exploit their God given talents for the world of work.
To provide effective leadership in primary schools for good practices in management and implemetation of the curriculum.
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KEPSHA recognizes the importance of its partners to ensuring all of Kenya's children receive access to basic quality education. KEPSHA thanks each and every partner for their contribution to the overall objective of realising the universal right to education in every school nationwide.
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DFTAD CANADA Mainstream Child-Friendly
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Israel Intl. Dev. Agency Education for Sustainable
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KCB Bank Entrepreneurship School Clubs
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ENEZA Education Quality education through mobile
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Ministry of Education Quality Assurance and Standards
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EchoMobile.org Interactive KEPSHA SMS Services
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Oxford University Press Conference Sponsor
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UNICEF Kenya Mainstreaming CFS
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UWEZO Research and Monitoring
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Innovations for Poverty Action Deworming Program
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Enable It - School sms platform
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