Keep Kenya Learning started off as a campaign in 2020 in response to Covid 19. Its main aim was to empower caregivers and parents with skills, mindsets and habits they needed to engage in learning with their children at home.
Even though learning has resumed in schools, KKL continues to support parents and caregivers by working with like minded organizations that support caregivers and parents to engage with their children in learning at home. Since 2020, KKL has developed, tested and iterated resources on how to engage parents and caregivers. The resources were developed in partnership with Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) and National Parents Association(NPA) and tested through partners who work with parents and caregivers in urban-informal settlements and in arid and semi-arid regions of Kenya. At present KKL continues to generate evidence on how parents and caregivers can be further supported especially on areas that have been identified as challenging.