Students at Madogo Secondary School In Tana River County Enjoying One Of Camara Facilities


Kenya Vision 2030 is the long-term development blueprint for the country and is motivated by a collective aspiration for a better society by the year 2030. The aim of Kenya Vision 2030 is to create “a globally competitive and prosperous country with a high quality of life by 2030”. It aims to transform Kenya into “a newly-industrializing, middle-income country providing a high quality of life to all its citizens in a clean and secure environment”.

Education and training are among the principal catalysts towards realization of the social aims of Vision 2030 – creating an equitable and just society based on democratic ideals. Education is a basic right under the constitution, and technical training and vocational education will play a crucial role in transforming the country to a middle-income economy.

Camara Education Kenya, with its partners, well-wishers and sponsors, has been playing a crucial part in ensuring that the government of Kenya, through the Ministry of Education, is meeting its targets on the use of ICT by providing computer hardware, software, maintenance and training to institutions across the country. Since 2008, we have supported over 1200 schools and learning institutions. In 2022, Camara is aiming to raise the bar and reach yet more schools and students thanks to our partnership with Dell Technologies, who are providing funds and equipment for Kenyan schools.

Camara Education Kenya works alongside the Ministry of Education, Dell Technologies and other key agencies and partners to deliver 21st-century ICT skills and align with the competency-based curriculum initiatives put in place by the Kenyan Government. The Ministry of Education has vetted our teacher training content and has also partnered with us to train teachers. As an organization, we support the Kenyan Vision 2030 initiative.

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