In 2003 the NARC government of then President Mwai Kibaki installed the free primary education across all public primary schools in the republic of Kenya. One the glaring problems the free primary education in Kenya experiences is scarcity of teachers. In 2013 the newly established government of President Uhuru Kenyatta rolled out a free laptop-per-child program for all primary students in government primary schools. The programs is scheduled to commence in January 2014 and one of the major hindrances it faces is insufficient teachers with the ability to adapt and tutor a computer based curriculum. This provides a vast opportunity for volunteer teachers to support these programs, free primary education and the laptop-per-child respectively in public primary schools,. Prospective teachers are required to be conversant in English Language and no teaching experience is required. The prospective volunteers, may be allocated a school in the informal settlements in Nairobi e.g Kibera, a school and the Kenyan country side or a primary school/children’s home in Nairobi or Mombasa.Volunteers are further welcome to teach in various educational set ups with which this organization may have a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with e.g Childrens Homes.