This two-part series has been adapted from the Reading for Children Programme. Part 2 is delivered by Rehana Merali, Djemilla Daya, and Gulzar Kanji. It covers how and what to read to early years children. Presented by AKEB UK.
Get a deeper understanding of the "Challenge Mindset" and how it can guide your career path. This program also introduces an alternative career exploration process that goes beyond job titles and the traditional question: ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’.
Kenya experienced one of the worst droughts in memory because critics say, it has cut down its trees. Forests used to cover 30% of the land In pre-colonial times. Now they only occupy 6% of Kenya’s space. Helen and Kenya Mutiso want to teach Kenyans how to grow forests in their own backyard and make money from medicines, skincare products, and dyes. It’s part of a nationwide effort to cover 10% of Kenya’s land with trees. A film by Kevin Njue.
External stressors and interactions have real physical consequences on the human body. Join us as we explore mental health, especially in these tough times.
Kakamega is Kenya’s only tropical rain forest and home to 480 species of birds. But this biological treasure house is under threat from an exploding local population. Ernest Musotso has fathered 30 children and like his neighbors, he’s been nibbling land at the edge of the forest. But even Ernest understands that old customs will have to change if the forest is to survive. Kakamega’s rainmakers and forest guides are trying to save the last stand of ancient indigenous trees, and make sure the beautiful birds who live there, don’t go silent. A film by Robert Gichira and Namukabo Werungah co-produced with NTV Kenya.
Anyone can immerse themselves in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Join us as we discover STEM through the eyes of trailblazers in the field, no matter how young.
Looking at each individual family member’s physical and psychological well-being as well as the quality of relationships between each family member is important in understanding how to promote happiness within a family unit.
This is the final in the series of the UK Thinking Ahead talks, which is on Ageing Gracefully. Listen to Professor Lynda Gratton and Faiz Mitha’s very interesting discussion on how, when, and why to start preparing in today's climate, as we are living and working for longer. Lynda is a Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she directs ‘Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Companies’, considered the world’s leading program on human resources. Faiz Mitha is a Busines Manager for Deutsche bank and an Australian ex-pat, who migrated to the UK in 2009. He is also the Board member for AKYSB.
The Art of Being Smart is one of a kind high-performance coaching program created for high school and post-secondary students. The unique concepts that you are about to learn are personally taught by Aleem Nasser (MBA) - the president and founder of The Art of Being Smart. Aleem is an author, university instructor, international speaker, and entrepreneur who has taught his "equation for success" to over 4000 individuals worldwide and has consulted with many global institutions.
Elephants, the largest land animals, are majestic creatures. Many farmers in Kenya see them as lumbering pests. Human-wildlife conflict is becoming a bigger threat to elephants than poaching. Amboseli National Park is home to more than 1600 elephants. But the park can only sustain several hundred elephants. The rest migrate through private conservancies, community grazing land, and the expanding commercial farms springing up along a new highway linking Kenya and Tanzania. Unfortunately, many elephants forage for food while trampling farmers’ tomato and cornfields. As the elephants ply their ancient migratory routes, conflict is inevitable. After an elephant killed a Maasai herder at a watering hole for cattle, his friends speared five pachyderms in revenge. Kenya’s wildlife vets had to scramble to patch up the victims. A film by Sheila Sendeyo & Robert Gichira co-produced with NTV Kenya.
Chemistry is more than just atoms and molecules. Join us as we explore the applications of chemistry in our lives and on earth.
The Art of Being Smart is one of a kind high-performance coaching program created for high school and post-secondary students. The unique concepts that you are about to learn are personally taught by Aleem Nasser (MBA) - the president and founder of The Art of Being Smart. Aleem is an author, university instructor, international speaker, and entrepreneur who has taught his "equation for success" to over 4000 individuals worldwide and has consulted with many global institutions.
Take a trip down memory lane with ECDC Tanzania and Zambia through a collection of videos and photos of at-home learning sessions during the pandemic with the support of parents, as well as physically-distanced in-person sessions.
AKEB Uganda: Parenting Matters Teens, Educationist, Parenting Counselor, and Motivational Speaker by Aneela Altaf Mukhi.
Kenya’s youth will save their wildlife, only if they appreciate what they’ve inherited in their National Parks and Conservancies. Guided by local conservationists, the children will experience the first time thrill of spotting endangered Baringo giraffes and the spectacular flamingo flocks of Lake Bogoria. A film by Joan Kabugu.
Are you curious about how human interactions impact the earth and its resources? Join us as we explore the role and future of our environment and energy.
Focus Humanitarian Assistance USA celebrates 25 years of international humanitarian aid, emergency response, disaster risk reduction, developing resilient communities, and supporting climate action efforts with the Aga Khan Development Network. Join panelists as they highlight and discuss achievements over the past 25 years.
The Art of Being Smart is a kind of high-performance coaching program created for high school and post-secondary students. The unique concepts are personally taught by Aleem Nasser (MBA) - the president and founder of The Art of Being Smart. Aleem is an author, university instructor, international speaker, and entrepreneur who has taught his "equation for success" to over 4000 individuals worldwide and has consulted with many global institutions.
Kenya is lucky to have some of the most spectacular wildlife in the world but increasingly it’s in conflict with local people. The big question is: Do they even care? If not why? Are their concerns legitimate? Is the value of biodiversity and pristine habitat only recognized by tourists & international NGO’s, who dominate the discussion? The film is based on the voices of people living on the edge of nature: a dairy farmer next to Nairobi’s National Park, a farm family raising corn next to the Laikipia Nature Conservancy, and a Maasai cattle herder next to the Mara Reserve. It’s a critical debate for local conservationists trying to stop the destruction of nature. A film by Herman Chege.

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