Kenya, Mombasa, 26th July 2011: Microsoft East and Southern Africa has officially unveiled mwalimukenya.org, a formal communication platform for all Kenyan teachers employed under Teachers Service Commission. Through the portal, TSC will provide all teachers with a digital identity and a formal email address. Amongst the benefits that teachers will enjoy through this portal are: direct communication with their employer without physically travelling to the headquarters in Nairobi, ease of curriculum delivery, elimination of the need to carry bulky books, ease of planning lessons, sharing and storing documents online.
“To activate an account, a teacher simply needs to log on to the site, enter their TSC number and will instantly receive their @mwalimukenya.org email address,” said Mark Matunga, Regional Education Manager for Microsoft East and Southern Africa. He was speaking during the ongoing Kenya Primary Schools Head teachers Association (KEPSHA) delegates’ conference taking place in Mombasa where thousands of public primary school head teachers drawn from schools in Kenya have converged.
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