ver 1,000 learners in various schools within Western and Nyanza regions have benefited from infrastructure development projects worth KES 6.5million from the Safaricom Foundation.
Kiamokama Primary School in Kisii received a water harvesting system while Kisumu’s Obugi Primary and Marobo Primary in Bungoma each received new and equipped classrooms.
Students of Daisy Special School in Kakamega county now have a new furnished dormitory and those at Siaya’s Nyadhi Primary school officially opened their renovated and fully equipped library.
“Safaricom Foundation recognises that for us to improve education standards, we have to ensure that our school have adequate facilities for smooth delivery of teaching and learning as well as making the life of learners in school comfortable,” said Gilbert Ebole, Busia Retail Centre Manager, Safaricom Plc
This investment is in line with Safaricom Foundation’s commitment to support the education sector as outlined in its current Strategic plan.