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Anne Frank Project's Story-based Learning

Kenya

Story-based learning provides a powerful framework for transformational education. Using SUNY Buffalo State University’s Anne Frank Project’s Story-based Learning model, this program will provide students in a host of disciplines –  education, development, social work, or the arts for example – the opportunity to use storytelling as an analytical lens

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Primary Education Practices

Kenya

This Primary Education program seeks to address the issue of quality education in Kenya by partnering with international primary school educators in the exploration, development and implementation of dynamic learning practices at Woodland Star School and ultimately on education in larger settings of Limuru and Kenya.

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Medical Support

Kenya

The Medical Support faculty-led program will be ideal for student groups studying a medical, nursing or healthcare qualification. Students will fulfill a supporting role for Kenyan medical professionals at clinics and hospitals, participate in cross-cultural learning workshops and promote health education through community outreach.

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Global Technology Innovation

Kenya

This global technology innovation program in Nairobi will give students the opportunity to meet local industry pioneers and visit various trailblazing organizations such as Gearbox, iHub, BRCK, and Nairobi Design Thinking School.

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Entomology and Arachnology

Kenya

An Entomology and Arachnology program in Kenya can provide students with the tools needed to study insects and arachnids in the field and understand their roles in the health of an ecosystem and the national economy.

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Kenya Culture, History and Faith

Kenya

This program is for students studying a social sciences qualification to experience the culture, history and faith of Kenya. Kenya provides a fascinating case study for globalization, religious influence on culture and modernization in a growing economy.

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Savannah Ecology and Community-Based Conservation

Kenya

This program offers students an opportunity to intimately engage with the Maasai Mara’s unique ecology and community-based conservation model using a combination of theoretical and experiential learning approaches.  

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Raptor Conservation

Kenya

A Raptor Conservation faculty-led program can introduce students to some of the issues Kenya’s raptors face via a blended mix of lectures, in-field data collection and analysis, and bird handling.

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Forest Restoration Ecology

Kenya

The Forest Restoration Ecology faculty-led program sets out to provide students with an understanding of some of the historical and current threats to indigenous vegetation (and biodiversity) in East Africa, and a practical guide on how to restore degraded land.

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Performing Arts and Community Development

Kenya

Combine Performing Arts with Community Development in Kenya. Students studying a performing arts discipline will work alongside Kenya’s most dedicated performers to train, collaborate and empower young artists in and around Nairobi.

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Developing Economies and Social Entrepreneurship

Kenya

Explore the leading organizations and businesses that give Nairobi its name as the economic hub of East Africa. A unique opportunity for business students to study social entrepreneurship in a developing market where social and environmental ethos is embedded in business values.

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Multi- and Interdisciplinary Study Abroad

Kenya

As nations, cultures and societies become increasingly interconnected, multi- and interdisciplinary study abroad programs can play an integral role in equipping students for the challenges and opportunities of personal and professional life beyond their studies.

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Global Engineering

Kenya

Join us in Nairobi on a Global Engineering program, giving faculty the opportunity to expose their students to the design methods, standards, codes and regulations of engineering in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as the social, cultural and political factors that impact engineering practice in the region.

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Regenerative Permaculture

Kenya

Equip and empower students with methods of design, and the skills to observe and apply practical solutions to the needs of specific target groups through the implementation of regenerative practices focused on diversity, resource management and energy capture.

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