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Fourteen Leap Hubs teachers from seven Nairobi schools participated in a two-day digital literacy and entrepreneurship workshop facilitated by Cisco Network Academy and the Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA).
Published on 16/05/2017
Andela developers help Teencode students
The Global Peace Foundation in conjunction with Andela Kenya recently launched the Teencode program in seven schools across three counties in Kenya.
Published on 19/04/2017

Project Details

Leap Hubs is a Leadership and Entrepreneurship program piloted in Kenya in 2015, that provide guidance and space in secondary schools for highly motivated students to explore their ideas and learn what it takes to become business and social entrepreneurs. In Leap Hubs spaces students gain valuable skills including leadership, innovation, marketing, problem solving, product development, finance, and  planning. In 2015, the Global Peace Foundation Kenya secured partnerships with Airtel, UN Habitat, Intel, Oracle, Chandaria Foundation, to introduce Leap Hubs in 24 public secondary schools. 96 business and social enterprise ideas were in various levels of incubation by the end of 2015. 

Leap Hubs Factsheet (pdf)