MWEGO aims at constructing two classrooms for the children. These two classrooms will host
fifty children each hence a total of 100 children. Construction materials will include ballast,
MWEGO classrooms construction project in Kijirjir primary school.
5 cement, stones, and timber and iron sheets for roofing. Construction will begin immediately all
materials and funds are acquired. The beneficiary community will provide unskilled labour while
MWEGO organization will provide skilled labour.
Through needs assessment carried out by MWEGO, the organization noted that there is deficit of
classrooms in Kijirjir primary school. There is only one classroom that is shared by all the
children. The children learn in shifts. Children also learn under trees that provides shades for
them while the writing wall is cardboard fixed on the tree. There is also one staffroom that serves
as an administration block and as the central point where teachers converge before they take their
Improved educational performance/ Increased school enrolment/ Reduced school drop outs/ Reduced early and forced marriages in Maasai Mara community/ Improved learning environment/ Increased literacy skills in Maasai Mara community/ Reduced cultural rigidity due to access to formal education.
The programme beneficiaries are children in Maasai Mara community. The main target is girls
who cannot access formal education due to distance, socio cultural factors such as female genital
mutilations and early marriages. The project also targets any child who is not schooling but great
priority is given to girl child since they are the most neglected in the community. The
programme aims at reaching more than 100 children in Maasai Mara to attend school.