Apart from the school setting and adult education in Kakuma Refugee Camp, some volunteers have created community based schools where community members adult and children gather in one place and are divided into age-groups according to available teachers, in order to help them to at least get the basic of reading and writing.
This is the case of Good Hope Private School created by Abdulahman Hassan Mberwa. Hassan told us that the idea came from his concern on the high number of children who stayed in the community while others have gone to school. It is also a good opportunity for adult to catch up with alphabetization.
Even though such opportunity is available, does the this form of education comply with the quality of the education needed in the world today?