Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya

by Network for Ecofarming in Africa
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya

Through this project Kachuru school has increased the number of classrooms and it has been a wonderful school term for Kachuru pupils as they enjoyed learning in their new classrooms, not getting scorched under hot sun like they were used to. They are very grateful to well-wishers who have brought change in this community. They hope that soon more classrooms will be constructed to ensure all the pupils are in a good learning environment. Clean water is the next resource that the community at large will be fortunate to have, once the borehole is complete in a few days, as this will be used not only in the school but will be piped for the community at large which they can also use for crop production to ensure food nutrition and security for their households. The school will establish a school garden, which will be a tool for inculcating positive values of agriculture to the pupils involved.

We thank our donors for their continued support.

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It’s a new third term for Kachuru primary members i.e.  pupils, teachers, parents and community at large.  This is after well-wishers supported construction of more classrooms.  Pupils could not believe their eyes after reporting back to school after August holiday.  Their school has new facelift after having more classrooms constructed.  They are happy to continue with the third term in new classrooms.  “Am very happy we will be sitting for our final exams in new classrooms which will provide enough space for all us and we will sit comfortably during exams” said Mohammed Bakari a class eight pupil. The construction of the classrooms is still going on and they will also benefit from borehole for clean water access which will provide clean drinking water for the school community and the neighbouring community.  They are very happy to the donors  for their continued support.

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The project has benefited  pupils from Kachuru primary in a great way, they no longer have lessons under the trees, but they sit comfortably in their classrooms. We are hoping to get more funds to construct remaining classes, staffroom, office store and buy more desks for the pupils.

It is our hope that we shall finish the construction in 2012, and embark on other activities within the school in 2013.

We thank our donors for their continued support.

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The year has started off well for Kachuru primary pupils, as the school can now accommodate more pupils from the area, having constructed and rehabilitated 7 classrooms in total. From the last academic year, 25 pupils performed very well and will be joining various secondary schools within the country. 10 pupils from the school are also on scholarships. We believe education is the key to success, and we look forward to ensure the school has required facilities, like classrooms, teachers office, library and store office in collaboration with our donors. We also wish to thank our donors for the far we have come together.

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In the year 2011, 2 classrooms were constructed and 4 rehabilitated, about 30 desks were provided. We believe that Provision of basic education for all is a central element in poverty reduction, as the acquisition of basic academic skills including literacy will expand the access of Kachuru citizens to employment opportunities and sustainable livelihoods.

Universal access to primary school is the surest strategy for increasing equity in the education system ,since ensuring that all children are able to enroll in school opens up new opportunities for previously disadvantaged children, including girls, children with special needs and children from provinces and districts where access is now limited.

We hope to get enough funds to construct more classrooms, start up a lunch programme and other facilities required for conducive learning.

We wish to thank our donors for their continued support


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Location: MOLO, RIFT VALLEY - Kenya
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Samuel Muhunyu
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Molo , Rift Valley Kenya
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