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Enabling 7 million young people 
to learn and thrive by 2025 

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What we have achieved so far 

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4M

Learners

and youth reached through Metis leaders’ innovations in education

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Fellows

equipped across 
47 Counties

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Teachers

lead learner-centered classrooms through our InnovatED curriculum

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800+

Stakeholders

policy makers, practitioners, and funders convened

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Grants

received by Metis Fellow innovations enabled to access funding 

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135K

Families

empowered  during COVID through Metis Home Learning Guides

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Mentors

connected worldwide with local changemakers 

Since 2018, Metis has enabled 4 million learners across Kenya to access a quality education by equipping education leaders to create contextualized innovations for their communities. 

What is our impact  on Fellows?

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Jeremiah Kutanya 

“The skills I gained from Metis helped me engage parents in their children’s  education we are seeing decreased absenteeism and increased learning ”

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What is our impact  on Learners?

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As a result of Cohort 5 Jeremiah Kutanya’s work: 

Girls are now able to be a part of the historically all-male Moran tradition. (Morans serve as protectors of Masaai communities). 

1,136 learners improve their math and literacy skills through 
manyatta-based learning 

200+ girls are safe each year from Female Genital Mutilation, 
which is no longer practiced in his community 

What is our impact on the larger 
education ecosystem? 

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Metis galvanizes collaboration.

Our programs enable individuals and institutions to collaborate for greater impact. For example, after meeting through Metis The Action Foundation, STEM Impact Center & the Ministry of Education, Special Education Directorate planned a cross-sector approach to disability skills development reaching 2,650 girls with disabilities. They won the support of Google.org, earning them over 700,000 USD in funding to implement in all of Kenya’s 8 regions! 

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