Currently anchored on 62 secondary schools’ Integrity clubs, the project supports 2,220 students to act with honesty, integrity, and equality in education. The project seeks to embed the education sector with anti-corruption and transparency measures. Through training, students’ capacities are built to enable them to collaboratively engage with school management to resolve issues within their schools. Challenges resolved include WASH, inadequate teachers, Timetable planning, medical services, inadequate teaching and learning aids, disability-friendly facilities among others. The students are equally tasked to ensure constructive engagements among peers, teachers, and parents. Values such as etiquette, open-mindedness, and patience are encouraged. This intervention has benefited 27,742 students in Kwale county.The program entails online monitoring of the challenges raised
Kingwede Girls Integrity club
Led by Shukrani as the coordinator. She believed in integrity and mobilized her peers into forming the community Integrity club which is among the 37 community Integrity clubs KWEA is currently supporting. We normally have sessions with the girls and brainstorm on improving the activities and scope of the club.
Vanga Youth Integrity Club
In the wake of covid-19, schools went on a necessitated break. It is for that reason that KWEA shifted the Integrity Building program from schools to communities. Working with youth clubs across all the locations of Kwale county, the program is aimed at instilling values of integrity, inclusion, and active citizenship.