Kenya Education for Employment Program – Meru

In 2018, four students and two faculty from Durham College spent three weeks in Kenya documenting KEFEP, a $29 million initiative funded by Global Affairs Canada and partnership with 17 Canadian institutions.

First and second year students in the Journalism – Mass Media program collaborated to create a series of Story Maps about the KEFEP projects.

This map looks at the work being done with the Meru National Polytechnic to improve their curriculum regarding agriculture.

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