Five primary schools in Kiharu constituency are earmarked to benefit with mega water tanks by early next year with aim to boost sanitation and accessibility of clean drinking water. Construction of the tanks have kicked off and will ensure the learning institutions have enough water to improve sanitation in the schools and among students as the country to contain Covid-19 pandemic. An American-based charity organization, Can-Do-Kids through its Kenyan Patron Engineer Karanja Wamatangi, has set…"Schools In Kiharu To Benefit With Mega Water Tanks"
Some 90 primary and 99 secondary schools in Narok County have benefited from 6, 300 desks and 4950 lockers respectively. Narok County Commissioner (CC) Evans Achoki speaking during the Narok North Sub County desk launch at Ilmashariani Primary School, said the desks cost Sh30 million and have been distributed evenly to the schools. “Each primary school benefited from 70 desks while each secondary schools got 50 lockers. We believe this is going to help in…"About 200 Schools Benefit From Desks, Lockers"
Post Training and Skills Development PS Dr. Alfred Cheruiyot has called upon the Jua Kali artisans and carpenters who won Government tenders to fabricate chairs and lockers for primary and secondary school students to fast track the works and ensure that the items were dispatched to the schools. Dr. Cheruiyot who visited Sondu Market workshop, Sigowet, Kiptere market, Kiptere Vocational Training Centre and Chepnyogaa market workshops Tuesday expressed satisfaction on the progress made so far…"PS Visits Kericho To Assess Fabrication Of Chairs And Lockers For Students"
Principal Secretary University Education and Research Amb. Simon Nabukwesi has encouraged learners in grade 4 and exam candidates in class 8 and Form 4 to continue with their studies without having fears of the covid-19 pandemic. The PS told learners that “the corona virus pandemic is already here with us but learning in schools has to continue since you are better and useful being in school rather than staying at home.” He added, “we at…"Student’s Safety In Schools"
Some 19 students who benefitted from a scholarship programme that was jointly rolled out by Turkana County Government, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and Toyota Kenya in early 2019 have completed their study programmes and will graduate soon. CEC for Education, Sports, Youth and Social Protection Charles Lokiyoto said the trainees have completed their studies and are currently waiting to graduate as artisans in automotive mechanics later this year, Lokiyoto was speaking on Monday at…"19 Automotive Mechanics To Graduate From Vocational Training Centers"
Turkana University College has partnered with Turkana Basin Institute in the study of human life in the area to enable them share how climate change affected human evolution. The two institutions have been engaging and discussing ways to deepen their collaboration with a view to sharing the evolution story not just with locals but with the whole world. Turkana Basin Institute Director Lawrence Martin said that not many Kenyans appreciate the unique record of history…"Institutions Partner To Study Human Life In Turkana Basin"