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GIRLS EDUCATION CHALLENGE

The Girls' Education Challenge (GEC) program seeks to help up to a million of the world's poorest girls improve their lives through education.

I Choose Life-Africa's Jielimishe Girls' Education Challenge (GEC) Project is targeting to improve life chances of 10,123 marginalised girls and 6,890 boys from communities in Laikipia, Meru and Mombasa Counties. The five (5) year project, funded by the UK Government through the Department for International Development (DfID) will run from April 2017 to March 2022.

Building on the lessons learnt from Jielimishe GEC, the overall goal of Jielimishe GEC T is to improve the life chances of girls, 2,390 in primary school and 7,730 in secondary school using a holistic approach to complete a cycle of education, transition to the next level and demonstrate learning, as well as provide alternative pathways. Besides targeting girls as direct beneficiaries, the project also targets 6,980 boys (3,190 in upper primary and 3,790 in secondary schools).

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Ministry of Education – I Choose Life –Africa Quarterly Planning an Review Meeting Nairobi, January 24, 2018

DSC_4522.JPGGirl Education Challenge MOE-Technical Committee during Quartely Planning and Review meeting 24TH January,2018 at a hotel in Nairobi.DSC_4529.JPGChief Executive Officer, I Choose Life-Africa (ICL), Mike Mutungi with Deputy Director, Policy, Emis Njeru Ministry of Education, makes a point today, January 24, 2018 during Ministry of Education and I Choose Life –Africa Quarterly Planning an Review Meeting at Intercontinental Hotel in Nairobi.

DSC_4538.JPGMike Mutungi CEO and Dennis Ratemo Program Manager  I Choose Life making a presentation during Quarterly Planning and Review Meeting 24th January,2018 at a hotel in Nairobi.

DSC_4509.JPGChief Executive Officer, I Choose Life-Africa, Mike Mutungi makes opening remarks today, January 24, 2018 during Ministry of Education and I Choose Life –Africa Quarterly Planning and Review Meeting at Intercontinental Hotel in Nairobi. Mutungi touched on the quarterly fora his organiztion (I Choose Life-Africa) hold with the Ministry of Education for project planning, monitoring coordination and sharing of evidence/ key learnings with other relevant stakeholders, to inform education sector planning and management of education.

DSC_4569.JPGDennis Ratemo Program Manager I Choose Life during a presentation on Quartely Planning and Review Meeting 24th January,2018 sitted National Cordinator GEC-MOE Loice Kimani and a Technical officer for GEC –Moe​DSC_4526.JPGDeputy Director Policy Emis Njeru and CEO, I choose Life during Quarterly Planning and Review meeting January 24th, 2018 at a hotel in Nairobi.

DSC_4576.JPGNational Coordinator Girls Education Challenge,Ministry of Education, Loice Kimani making a presentation January 24, 2018 during jielimishe Girls Education Challenge Quarterly Planning and Review Meeting attended by MOE- GEC Technical Committee at a hotel in Nairobi.

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