The government has constructed three classrooms for a Mandera school to assist children with special needs.
While speaking during the official opening of the classrooms, the Mandera County Commissioner (CC), Kutswa Olaka said the government is committed to providing education for all.
Olaka said the classrooms will assist the children acquire basic education, in order to make them responsible citizens.
The classrooms at Daua integrated school will serve over 100 children with various disabilities in the area.
The classrooms are equipped with brails to assist children with poor eye sight.
Source: Kenya News Agency