The Corona Café 3 reimagines the Kenyan education system. Reflecting on local and continental lessons learned and experiences, and factoring in global drivers that influence our education system, the discussion looks at disrupting educational practices by exploring how COVID-19 has influenced and enriched our thinking on critical issues such as the purpose of education, virtual learning and the education divide.
In a world shaped by international movement and neoliberalism, the pandemic has forced countries to put health before wealth. Is this a new turning point in the history of the world? Could it spur the creation of new mechanisms for a model of society based on social and economic justice?
The Corona Café discusses social inequality in our society and how the COVID-19 crisis in Kenya has revealed the fragility and inequity our social and political system's in remedying this. Panelists, Dr Wangui Kimari, Mr Abubakar Zain, Moderator. Mshai Mwangola.
The Corona Café discusses the public healthcare system and its response to the COVID-19 situation in Kenya and challenges us to think critically beyond the crisis in order to put in place a robust healthcare system that will serve Kenyans well into the future. Panellists, Dr. Richard Ayah, Dr. Nelly Bosire, Dr. Eric Masese Moderator. Mshai Mwangola