Everyone would imagine and love to see students in the rural areas of Kenya learn using computers and have access to books. Feed Africa initiative is geared towards engaging and empowering students and teachers by enabling them access to technology and ensuring computer literacy. Empowerment for the students includes the issuance of reusable sanitary pads, library programs, and solar lights to rent.
The ratio of student to teacher in Kenya is 50 to 1. The majority of rural schools in Kenya lack resources such as electricity. More challenges to the reduction of literacy levels within the country include students lacking basics such as inaccessibility of clean water and basic technological skills.
Feed Africa Initiative has a vision of equipping students and teachers in these rural schools with computers to enable them have access to the internet which will unlock their full potential through providing lots of opportunities. The library's program would include books that improve the language and creativity of the students. The reusable sanitary pads and rent solar lights would enable families to reduce the spending on such basics.