Peter Tabichi: Biography of Peter Tabichi, Age, Net Worth & Global Teacher Prize
Peter Tabichi (Peter Mokaya Tabichi) is a Kenyan mathematics and physics teacher from Kariko Secondary school in Nakuru county. He became the first-ever African teacher to win the 100 Million Shillings Varkey Foundation Global TeachersAward. Peter beat 10,000 other nominees from 179 countries Globally.
|Birth Name||Peter Mokaya Tabichi|
|Date of Birth||1982|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
Peter Tabichi Age
He was born in the year 1982 in Nyamira County, Kenya.
Peter Tabichi Net Worth
After winning the Varkey Foundation Global Teachers Award, Teacher Tabichi Net worth is over 100 Million.
Peter Tabichi Global Teacher Prize
Mr. Peter Mokaya Tabichi, a Kenyan teacher from Nakuru County, has won the 2019 Global Teacher Prize.Mr. Tabichi, a Mathematics and Physics teacher at Keriko Mixed Day Secondary School in Pwani Village, Nakuru was announced the winner of the global prize on Sunday evening at a ceremony held in Dubai.
The Varkey Foundation’s $1 million (Ksh.100 million) Global Teacher Prize honors one exceptional teacher every year.
Mr. Tabichi, 36, was crowned the winner for dedicating his life to helping others. He gives 80% of his teaching salary to local community projects, including education, sustainable agriculture and peace-building.
“He’s changed the lives of his students in many ways, including the introduction of science clubs and the promotion of peace between different ethnic groups and religions. He has also helped to address food insecurity among the wider community in the famine-prone Rift Valley,” said the Varkey Foundation.
Mr. Tabichi, who becomes the first African and male teacher to win the global award, emerged winner out of 10 finalists who were among 10,000 applicants for the award.
His win was announced on stage by movie star Hugh Jackman at the Global Education and Skills Forum.
His dedication, hard work and passionate belief in his student’s talent has led his poorly-resourced school in remote rural Kenya to emerge victorious after taking on the country’s best schools in national science competitions,” says the foundation.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has congratulated Mr. Tabichi, saying he is “a shining example on what the human spirit can achieve.”
“On behalf of all Kenyans let me congratulate you on winning the Global Teacher Prize for this year. You are a shining example on what the human spirit can achieve not just for Kenya, not just for Africa but the world.
“Peter you chose to teach in a remote part of Kenya and transform lives in such situations. A choice that am sure was difficult. You give me faith that Africa’s best days are ahead of us and your story will light the way for all future generations,” said President Kenyatta on Sunday.
“It’s not all about money,”
“As a teacher working on the front line I have seen the promise of its young people – their curiosity, talent, their intelligence, their belief.
“Africa’s young people will no longer be held back by low expectations. Africa will produce scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs whose names will be one day famous in every corner of the world. And girls will be a huge part of this story.”
“It’s morning in Africa. The skies are clear. The day is young and there is a blank page waiting to be written. This is Africa’s time,”
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