Distribution of Kenya Programs in the CEI Database

Kenya Programs Across CEI Approaches

Every program in CEI is categorized into one of five main approaches. Read more about our approach classifications here. Please note that many projects work across multiple approaches, so may show up in one or more approaches.

Financing: 13
Delivery: 47
Policy & Analysis: 2
School Support: 71
Student Support: 100

Kenya Key Indicators

As programs are added to our database, we collect several points of information about their program models. Here are a few of the salient indicators for education programs. These indicators cover the target audience and education level of programs in Kenya, how the programs are funded, and where they are located.

Individuals with disabilities: 10
Displaced individuals: 9
Nomadic communities: 12
Out-of-school children: 37
Orphans and vulnerable children: 50
Other: 35
Linguistic minorities: 4
Racial minorities: 4
Religious minorities: 2
Ethnic minorities: 11
Donor: 85
Own funds: 37
Equity: 5
Community funded: 1
For-profit: 11
Not-for-profit: 131
Hybrid (for-profit/not-for-profit): 10
Girls' Education: 30
Low-Cost Private Schools: 8
Skills for Work: 28
Educational Technology: 28
Early Childhood Development: 22
Public-Private Partnerships: 17
Out-of-School Children: 29
Fragile and Conflict-Affected States: 4
Education Financing: 24
Teacher Training and Evaluation: 31
Curriculum reform/design: 21
Student Assessment: 13
Secondary Education: 23
Inclusive Education: 9
Community Engagement: 25
CSR: 7
Transparency and Accountability: 2
Learning through Play: 9
Early childhood: 31
Pre-primary: 37
Primary: 87
Lower secondary: 83
Upper secondary: 77
Post-secondary non-tertiary: 40
Short-cycle tertiary: 20
Bachelor or equivalent: 22
Master/doctoral or equivalent: 8
Rural: 98
Peri-Urban: 86
Urban: 105

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