Monday, April 29, 2019

A kenyan teacher who help poor student won $1m price



Tabichi teaches in  Secondary School, which is run by the government in the remote Pwani Village, situated in Kenya’s Rift Valley—a region often affected by drought and famine.

Tabichi’s dedication, coupled with “hard work and passionate belief in his student’s talent,” he has “led his poorly-resourced school in remote rural Kenya to emerge victorious after taking on the country. A kenyan teacher who help poor student won $1m price. he says i feel great. i feel so happy to be among the best teacher in the world,

 He says 95 percent of his student live in poverty. they are not able to concentrate, because they dont have enough meals at home.Teaching is certainly not an easy feat—it takes a lot of hard work and sacrifice. 

He established a "peace club" at the school, inviting representatives from all the different tribes. He also created a common program for prayer and worship, with pupils from each religion leading it.not only has Tabichi earned a potentially game-changing prize for his community, but also admiration for his efforts from around the world.

He established a "peace club" at the school, inviting representatives from all the different tribes. He also created a common program for prayer and worship, with pupils from each religion leading it.not only has Tabichi earned a potentially game-changing prize for his community, but also admiration for his efforts from around the world.

He is the a shining example of what the human spirit can achieve not just for Kenya, not just for Africa but the world."He says of his students adding that his award will help them confidence tabichi was one of 10000 applicants from around the globe.










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