AKAD mentorship success is largely due to engaging with collaborative partners; leaders in academica and industry - through whom we challenge youth to aspire for success. Below is a list of organisations we are privileged to engage our youth with, for which we are eternally grateful.  

Collaboration is working together to achieve a goal. It is a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together to realize shared goals. Teams that work collaboratively can obtain greater resources, recognition and reward when facing competition for finite resources.


Collaborative Partners include, but are not limited to;

99 Flying Club
Acacia School
Alliance High School
Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK)
Africa 2.0
Africa Business Schools (Harvard Business School)
Africa Leadership Academy
Africa Leadership University
Africa's Talking Ltd.
Angaza Coaching
Bellevue School
Bidco Africa Ltd.
Boma Hotels
Botswana Accountancy College (BAC), Botswana
Braeside High School
Brookehouse School
Butere Diocese (ACK Church)
Butere Boys High School
Butere Girls High School
Cellulant Corp
Chibanda Makgalemele & Co. Advocates (Botswana)
Christ is the Answer Ministries (CITAM)
Citizen TV
Davis & Shirtliff Ltd.
Elimu Holdings Ltd.
Factual Films (1974) Ltd.
Graduate Management Council (GMAC), USA
Harvard Business School (HBS), Boston
Jabari Smith
Jebii Kilimo Foundation
K24 TV
KBC Radio & TV
Kenya Aeronautical College (KAC)
Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Group
Kenya Red Cross
Kennedy School
Kenyatta Trust
Kenyatta University
Kenya Metreological Department
Kenya National Prayer Breakfast
Kenya Power
Kibera Reformed Presbyterian Church
Kingdom Business Network (KBN)
Kitengela International Schools
Lead the Change Initiative
Lenana School
Makini Schools
Matlhogonolo L  Mponang
Management University of Africa
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Mavuno Church
Minerva Schools
Ministry of Works Sports Club (MOW Sports Club)
Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Mutira Girls High School
Nairobi Women's Hospital
National Gender & Equality Commission (NGEC)
Narc Kenya
Nation Media Group
Ndaba & Associates (Botswana)
Moi High School Kabarak
Plan International
Public Image Inc.
Retirement Benefits Authortiy (RBA)
Riara Springs Girls High School
Shiraha Secondary School
Standard Media Group
Taru Secondary School
Teachers Service Commission (TSC)
Technical University of Kenya (TUK)
The Senate (Kenya Government)
Trans Nzoia County (Kenya)
Tshiamo Gotlhe Mogapi Coaching & Mentorship Programme (Botswana)
Urban Architectual Initiatives (UAI), New York
Undugu Mentorship Initiative
United Kenya Club
United Nations office Nairobi
University of Nairobi (UoN)
University of Massachusetts, Boston (UMass Boston)
Vigil Schools Kawangware
Vision 21 Sports Consulting
Yehu Microfinance
Zuri Awards


According to the Wikipedia Encyclopedia, an Educational Collaborative Partnership is an ongoing involvement between schools and business/industry, unions, governments and community organizations

Educational Collaborative Partnerships are established by mutual agreement between two or more parties to work together on projects and activities that will enhance the quality of education for students while improving skills critical to success in the workplace. 

Collaboration in Education- two or more co-equal individual voluntarily brings their knowledge and experience together by interacting toward a common goal in the best interest of students for the betterment of their education success. Students achieve team building and communication skills meeting many curricular standards. Students have the ability to practice real-world communication experiences. Students gain leadership through collaboration and empowers peer to peer learning.




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