Statehouse, Nairobi- President of AFGT Prof Oborah (far right,in red tie) visits the First Lady accompanied by Ryan Thuku, a child with unique abilities and his brother. Also in company is Ryan’s mother Miss Jackie Uyuchi (pink dress) and Makini schools director Dr. Mary Okello

Section of the crowd that graced the launch of Professional Gift and Talent Assessment in Africa

Dr. Cathetine Klassen (World Talent Excecutive Admin) delivers keynote address during the launch of Professional Gift and Talent Assessment in Africa (Nairobi 2010)

A cross section of participants during the mini conference on Talent Based Learning in The Higher Teacher Training College Yaoundé Cameroon organized by Education for Creativity-EduCreate on Wednesday 04th December 2019.

CEO of Education for Creativity, Delegate and Talent envoy representing the African Federation for the Gifted and Talented in Cameroon, Ngan Sylvester Yengo reading the address of the CEO and Secretary General of the World Talent Federation, Prof Humphrey Oborah, during the mini conference on Talent Based Learning in Yaoundé Cameroon on December 04th 2019.

The first Lady Margret Kenyatta witnessing and wowing at Ryan Thuku’s abilities to read while blind folded at her Statehouse Nairobi Office

The first Lady Margret Kenyatta witnessing and wowing at Ryan Thuku’s abilities to read while blind folded at her Statehouse Nairobi Office.

Prof. Humphrey Oborah at BBC Africa studios during interview on Athropo-Biometric Research Results in Africa – Special Athropo-Biometric Research Labs launched , for first time, in Africa

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Without knowing your talent, You are wasting your time in Education

About AFGT

About The African Federation for the Gifted and Talented (AFGT)

It was created through efforts related to Millennium Learning Targets which focuses on modern education techniques. The Federation operates as a charity and organized into country organs which are coordinated by an Executive Secretariat. 

RELEVANCE OF GIFT AND TALENT TESTING IN AFRICA

In Africa, education is still a routine whereby students cram/ memorizes tutors’ notes and reproduce them onto foolscaps during examinations. At the end, we produce individuals with certificates, but which have no correlation with expectations of work organizations.

What is Gift and Talent Testing?

Gift and Talent Testing (also known as Professional & Scientific Talent Screening) is the process of determining a person’s innate  potential in a particular or groups of aspects. 

BENEFITS OF GIFT AND TALENT TESTING

If a Gift or Talent is identified in a child/ student at an early age, parents will be able to identify possible career paths hence will be able to know the right time, money and effort required to make him/her successful. This is very important for children at Reception Years i.e. those in Early Childhood Education

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