Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
By Lucy Mathennge | Project Assistant
The progress in Kachiuru primary school has been very good and the school had concluded the term well. The feeding program was successful and teachers, parents and parents are very grateful and thank all the well-wishers who have supported them throughout the year. They are happy that the school enrolled more pupils in the course of the year despite the challenges of few classrooms and desks. The headteacher and the parents are still appealing to the government to consider supporting them with desks and more classrooms. They are optimistic that the school will have more pupils willing to join school in January 2017 and they wish to accommodate them if it will be possible. The government has promised them more classrooms but this has been the promise since the beginning of the year. There is also need for more pit latrines for pupils use since the population is growing hence the need for more latrines as they have few and the pupils are forced to share the few that are available.
We invite all well-wishers to consider supporting this noble project to improve conducive learning environment for the pupils. We are happy that the community is seriously considering educating girl child after a long campaign. The school now has many girls unlike there before where only few girls used to go to school. We continue encouraging the parents to continue with the same spirit and more so encourage those who are still not into educating girl child. Thank you again for those who have supported this project and welcome many more to join hands towards this project.
Our beneficiaries and their families are proceeding on well despite the harsh weather conditions in various parts. It has been dry for a while and most farmers lost their crops due to shortage of rains and especially the short period crops which were heavily affected. The farmers are now happy as it is now raining heavily and their crops will improve as they plant new ones. We were able to conduct training on value addition to encourage our beneficiaries to add value to their products when they are in plenty. We also encouraged them to continue visiting youth polytechnics that we are working with as they are around them and there are much more to learn from them. We will continue building their capacity to ensure good progress as well as training them to become trainers to benefit others. This project has been very successful and our beneficiaries really appreciate the support given to them and especially on health and nutrition considering their status. They also appreciate the income generating activities that we have helped them achieve either from their kitchen gardens, small livestock, table banking and small businesses and they thank all those who have walked with them all through. We will continue supporting them for more achievements as we fundraise for more projects that will benefit them and the community directly. Thank you all for your support to this far and the far that we intend to get with our beneficiaries.
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuruu Keny
By Lucy Mathennge | Project Assistant
Candidates from Kachiuru primary school who sat for their final exams last year and performed quite well were lucky to get sponsorship from various well-wishers and all of them joined different high schools in Meru County. Necofa together with our partner Friends of Kenya Schools and Wildlife (FKSW) were able to offer scholarship to one student from the area by the name Naomi Ntinyari where we will be supporting 80% of her school fees every term. The girls was from Kachiuru primary school. Parents from this school were very happy to see their children join high school and especially the girl child. Educating girl child from this region is slowly being taken positively and literate parents are really encouraging the community to consider educating their girls.
The school kitchen project was successfully finished and it is now in use and the feeding programme is proceeding on well and attracting more children from the village to join the school. The headteacher has reported that the school population is growing and they are looking forward for more development. They currently have few permanent classrooms and they are still fundraising for more classrooms and desks to improve on current learning environment. We thank our partners and all well-wishers for their noble support towards Kachiuru Primary School.
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