We believe every child deserves an excellent education.

Leaders of Learning;
Supporting learning through Covid-19



We imagine a world where schools are a vibrant place for all children to develop the skills and strength of character to thrive and succeed.  


How Collaboration can Transform Schools

Tr. Nancy (Head Teacher-Blessed Heart)-right, Tr. Maxwel- center, Tr. Esther (Deputy Head teacher) left. (Tr. Esther had observed Tr Maxwell in class and were having a coaching conversation, Tr. Nancy was listening in on the coaching conversation to provide feedback...

Thriving Teachers Series: Tr. Joseph Wangai

At Dignitas, we empower educators to transform their schools through leadership development and instructional coaching so that their schools become vibrant places of learning. We work with dedicated teachers who are focused on improving student outcomes. In the coming...

A Call to Equity and Inclusion!

Dignitas was founded from a desire to respond to this very call!  When Dignitas founders, Tiffany and Bobby, began to explore the needs, and the strengths present in Mathare, one of Nairobi’s largest informal settlements, it was with a vision to ensure equitable,...

What is the role of the non-state sector?

When it comes to education, the role of the non-state sector has been a hot topic of late.  In part the global debate has been sparked by the launch of the Abidjan Principles, which “unpack and compile existing provisions in international human rights law and provide...

CIES Insights

In April 2019, Dignitas attended the 63rd annual CIES (Comparative and International Education Society) conference in San Francisco.  This year, the conference theme was focused on Education for Sustainability, attempting to answer the following question; “What is the...

Why I am a Proud Educator

Teacher Tabitha Njambi is a Grade Two Teacher at Flying Kites Academy in Njabini. She has been teaching since 1998 and she is passionate about supporting student achievement. We met with Tabitha recently to learn more about her experience as an educator and some of...