(CNN)A mathematics and physics instructor from rural Kenya, who hands out 80% of his month-to-month earnings to assist the bad, has actually won a $1 million reward.
He teaches at a rural Kenyan school in Pwani Village, with just one computer system, bad web and a student-teacher ratio of 58:1. Almost all his trainees are from bad households, and nearly a 3rd of them are orphans or have just one moms and dad.
Tabichi gets online academic material by checking out web coffee shops and utilizing them offline in class, according to his profile from the Varkey Foundation.
“You need to do more and talk less,”Tabichi stated.
He accepted the award from star Hugh Jackman, who hosted the event in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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