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CAL in Kenya

CPI has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Africa Peace Ministry Institute (APMI) to deliver an educational program in Kenya including academic courses through CAL and vocational training. The first school began operations in the Nairobi suburb of Ngong in May, 2022 with 48 students enrolled to learn vocational skills in using computers and hairdressing.

A second school in Ngong opened in 2023 at the JuaKali Mechanics and Artisans Association Centre, where students learn trades such as auto mechanics, welding, carpentry, and plumbing. The Board of JuaKali has allocated space to to APMI to house a computer facility. Thus, vocational students at JuaKali will be able to develop their computer skills to augment their practical training, while CPI/APMI students will have access to the JuaKali programs.

Students learning to use computers at the school in Ngong

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