Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu
A project designed to enable 70,000 marginalized girls in Kenya currently in primary school to complete their current phase of education.
Wasichana Wetu Wafaulu (WWW) – Let our girls succeed – is a holistic six-year project implemented by Education Development Trustdesigned to address cultural and socio-economic barriers that have prevented or made it difficult for primary school girls in arid and semi-arid lands (ASAL) and urban slums in Kenya, and enable them transition to secondary schools.
/ Communication Development Officer – Education Development Trust
Education Development Trust, formerly CfBT Education Trust, is a not-for-for profit international education services company with over 40 years’ experience, working in more than 80 countries. Our vision is to provide outstanding, sustainable education solutions that transform and improve the school education and life chances of children and young people worldwide. We have specialist experience in strengthening education systems and supporting school improvement in post-conflict, transition and early-recovery fragile states.
A simple and appealing graphic design that embodies the WWW project’s character, needs and branding guidelines;
A user-friendly, interactive and responsive design that can be accessible across different platforms/devices and compatible across all major browsers
An e-newsletter function with email/text blasting options and ability to handle subscriptions;
integrated the most comprehensive and advanced e-newsletter with great campaigns, delivery tracking, scheduling, file manager, drag and drop editor
Embed Google analytics
Accounts created and embed giving live data on usage behavior, bounce rates, access by devices, locations, time to help understand best ways for service delivery
Provide features that make the website disability-friendly
Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect as per the website ADA-compliant We incorporated features making the website accessible to people who have disabilities that affect their hearing, vision or physical capacities.