In 2013, we formed a partnership with an organization in Kenya called Digital Divide Data (DDD). DDD is an organization in the business of converting hand-written records into a digital form. They also have a social mission – to provide impoverished high school graduates who achieve a C+ or higher the opportunity to get a university education.
Marline Wanjiku – our first placement
In 2013, Marline Wanjiku (who graduated from high school with a C+ in 2012) was admitted to DDD’s program on a probationary basis for 12 months. After three months, Marline has received a strong performance review and she is now in the final nine months of her probation. [Read more…]