No visit to Kenya is complete without experiencing authentic local cuisine. The Nyendo students joined the NairoBits team in preparing a traditional Kenyan meal that included Ugali (a staple made from maize flour), spinach, and fish. This delightful delicacy, popular among various Kenyan tribes, showcased the country’s rich culinary heritage. Additionally, the students had the chance to savor a Swahili meal, further immersing themselves in the local culture.
The visit was made even more special by the warm welcome extended to the Nyendo students by Magdalene Wanjugu, the Executive Director of NairoBits, and the NairoBits team. Earlier in the year, Magdalene had visited the students’ school in Germany, fostering a connection. This collaboration between Nyendo Learnen and NairoBits highlights the importance of partnerships in establishing digital skills training centers and empowering young people.