The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy works as a catalyst and model for the conservation of wildlife and its habitat. It does this through the protection and management of species, the initiation and support of community conservation and development programmes, and the education of neighboring areas in the value of wildlife. The Lewa Education Programme’s main mandate is to provide access to quality education to children and youth in marginalised communities in northern Kenya. It employs a holistic, multi-faceted approach which entails a digital literacy programme as one of the key elements. The programme has and continues to facilitate access to digital curricula, enhancing the outcomes of classroom learning for 2,500 students. It also targets teachers, providing them with classroom materials and improving their instructing capacity. Additionally, Lewa provides mobile libraries to enhance reading skills amongst school children within 21 out of 23 Lewa-supported government schools currently.
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