KTDA Foundation – ADAPTA Partnership   |    Diversification Project to farmers in Kangaita Tea Factory   |    Sainsbury’s Fairly Traded Project – Rukuriri   |   


To improve access, quality of education and lifelong learning in the tea growing communities

Specific Objective Key Activities
To improve access to secondary education for bright and financially challenged students
  • Provision of scholarships
  • Creation of an education endowment fund that promotes research in the tea sector

 

To enhance quality of education and lifelong learning
  • Mentorship programmes
  • Life skills and 21stcentury training skills
  • Community and Parental involvement
  • Student placement
  • Community libraries
To promote Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in tea community schools
  • Partnerships to promote STEM activities in the schools
  • Design innovation challenges around the tea sectors in partnership with other organizations

 

To promote adult literacy for small holder tea farmers
  • Partnership with the ministry of education to enroll tea farmers in the program
  • Staff volunteer program to teach the farmers in the communities