About us

A brief history

Peter Tabichi Foundation was established after its founder, Peter Tabichi became the first African (and the first male) to emerge as the winner of the 2019 Global Teacher Prize. Tabichi was cited as one of the Top 100 most influential Africans by New African magazine in 2019. He has also received many awards including the Ahimsa Award 2020 (by Institute of Jainology), Moran of the Order of the Burning Spear (by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta), and UN in Kenya Person of the year 2019. Read more

Vision

Promoting access to quality education through empowering the disadvantaged children in the community.

Mission

Embracing opportunities of 21st century education to unlock the potential of the disadvantaged children in the community

Core values

PTF believes that responsibility, stewardship, unity, compassion, and respect are part and parcel of transformative leadership.

Our goals

Youth engagement for effective leadership and global citizenship,
Empowerment through gender-responsive education for inclusivity,
Partnership and networking for resource mobilization.

Specific objectives

Improving access to quality education for disadvantaged children by:
Providing a safe learning environment through learning facilities and virtual digital platforms for anytime-anywhere learning.
Providing scholarships allowing them to complete a full cycle of education and transition to the next level.
Providing mentorship of youth as agents of transformation.
Nurturing creativity, innovativeness, and entrepreneurship through promoting SHTEAM innovations.  

Why we are doing this

We value the potential of the community.
We want to foster a culture of empowerment and sustainability.
We value and respect the people and the resources and believe in their effective interdependence for the wellbeing of the earth.