Bring, Share And Learn

We don’t look East nor West; we look forward.

Armed with our passion to empower the African student diaspora.

African development does not depend on our endless hopes from the East or West. Any society that cares about its future, must invest in its youth. A key strategic area that Africa needs to invest on is Education, especially by providing the youth with accessible quality education. Once we achieve this, the African youth, whose role is key, will be empowered enough to provide their input and contribute to the development of Africa. 

Vision

The vision of the Knowledge Sharing Campaign is to empower Africans to become outstanding educators, scholars, and researchers, to advance in the profession of education, as broadly defined, through research on the science and art of teaching and learning, the effective uses of technology, and the analysis and development of leadership and educational policy.

A KSC ambassador should become a world changer, that spreads the example of a platform of collaborative learning experience that crosses disciplines and merges ideas to create new thinking for a new world.

The core values of KSC are academic freedom, tolerance, and experimentation.

What drives us

“The best way to value our knowledge is to share it and appreciate feedback”  – Charles Mberi Kimpolo

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Beginning

The energy behind KSC is driven by a remembrance of our roots, awareness of our current privileges, and acknowledging how sharing stories of our personal journey can inspire more people, especially the African youth. KSC is based on two key principles which was derived from the following quotes.

Diversity

  • Academic excellence and integrity
  • Outstanding teaching and service
  • Scholarly research and professional leadership
  • Integration of teaching, research, and service
  • Individual and collective excellence
  • Diversity, equity, and social justice
  • Education of individuals across the lifespan

Beliefs

  • All people are entitled to high-quality education, grounded in sensitivity to individual dignity, professional integrity, and a positive and nurturing environment.
  • A literate and educated African is vital to a democratic society in Africa.

Meet Our Founders

“In Africa, when an old man dies, it’s a library burning” – Amadou Hampâté Bâ

Charles Mberi Kimpolo
Founder, KSC
Rahul Dé
Co Founder, KSC

We’re always sharing knowledge

We value and respect for cultural, individual and role difference.

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