Build School for 80 Students in Arid Kachuru Kenya
By Lucy Mathenge | Project Assistant
The Kachiuru primary pupils are now reporting back to school after April holiday to continue with their 2nd term activities. The area has received heavy rains despite the prolonged drought, they now have heavy rain and in some parts of the county floods and loss of properties has been experienced but in Kachiuru so far so good and we remain optimistic that they will not be affected by the heavy rains. Before they break for April holiday, they had prepared and planted their school garden and they now have a green garden with vegetables and other crops and soon they will be ready for consumption and especially vegetable which will supplement their lunch. We are happy that our well-wishers are still willing to support the feeding program in the school and they have also sent their contributions, thank you very much. The pupils are very excited to work on their school garden and they are learning a lot of skills and they can’t wait to harvest vegetables from the garden and enjoy them in their lunch. We hope the rains will continue to enable them do some simple water harvesting to push them during the dry period. Together with our well-wishers we will be constructing another classroom in the school to create room for more pupils and to improve the conducive learning environment and we hope that we will also fundraise for the desks and for this and other needs we invite our friends and well-wishers to continue supporting this school and the projects that we have in the school. We thank all those who have extended their support to the Kachiuru School and the community at large.
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