About Us

The Multi Sectoral Public Private to Science, Techology, Engineering and Mathematics (MUSPPA2STEM) is a public private not for profit organisation. MUSPPA2STEM was formed in 2016 by like minded STEM expert organisations to build synergy, remove dublication and competition in the implementation STEM initiatives at the basic level of education ( pre-school, primary & high schools). Therefore, MUSPPA2STEM is considered a “fellowship of believers in joint implementation of STEM initiatives in Kenyan schools”.

Our Strategies

Some of the Activities that we are Currently Running
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Primary and Elementary Education Programs

Primary Education or elementary (pp1, pp2, grade 1-8) is the foundational level of all education systems. When a child joins school they are normally enthusiastic, optimistic, curious and eager to learn. During this early formative stage they develop into being independent and becomes self-conscious.

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Secondary Education Programs

More than 2 million youth attend secondary schools in Kenya for a period of four years – Form 1-IV. In Form 1 & II, they study 13 subjects in FIVE main areas namely Mathematics, Science, Languages, Humanities and Technical. At the end of Form II, they are supposed to pick eight subjects which must include Mathematics, English, Kiswahili, at least TWO science subjects, at least ONE humanity and ONE Technical.

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Tertiary and University Education Programs

Students pursuing careers at the university and other tertiary institutions are presumed to have advanced knowledge and skills to apply them in their respective fields. They are considered frontrunners to those in secondary schools and best placed to be their mentors.

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Out Of School Programs

The Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 4.4 calls for a “substantial increase in the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship” (UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 2018).

Our Achievements

Accomplishments that we have been able to achieve
21

Partners

143

Secondary Schools

17

Primary Schools

8

Universities

14

TVETs

13

Out-Of-School Youth Groups