Homes, classrooms, schools, and communities can be altered to provide features that protect children and youth against adversities, enhance learning, and develop their
talents and competencies. Using education programs as a point of entry, the
Fostering Resilience Initiative (FRI) seeks to support and align the school, community, and home to improve the resilience of children and youth and enhance education
program outcomes. In Kenya, FRI is working with partners to better understand how youth development, vocational training and economic opportunity may be expanded and sustained in rural regions where opportunity is limited. These challenges are being explored in depth in Mugunda Ward, Nyeri County, where systems are in place to upstream learning to county and national levels. Admedia was hired to document the 3 day convention and get feedback from stake holders representing various universities around the world.

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