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July 2012 Report
ROTARY CLUB OF NAKURU PROJECT PROPOSAL FOR THE SUPPORT OF KAIYABA PRIMARY SCHOOL NJOROI NAKURU COUNTYI KENYA
Kaiyaba Primary School is a public school, situated in Piave Location, Njoro Division in Njoro District of Nakuru County. It about 15 km from Nakuru municipality. The school has an enrolment of 500 pupils. It a coed school with two streams from standard one to eight. Following the introduction of free primary schooling since January 2003, many public primary schools have faced many challenges with the basic resources like provision of classroom, desks in addition to water and toilet facilities. The school has 12 teachers. Of the 12 one is male teacher and the remaining 11 are female.
The school was started in 1985 as an offshoot of the neighboring primary school to take care of the increasing population and to bring schooling nearer to where pupils leave. Since then the physical development of the school has not moved in tandem with the pupil’s population. The members of Rotary Club of Nakuru and the Rotaract club of Egerton University and other stakeholders have tried to provide minimum supports but the many basic needs of the school have remained unmet… READ MORE>>
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May 2012 Report
Dear Goodwin Memorial,
We would like to send a heartfelt “Thank you!” to all of you, Rev. Dr. Jackson, Dr. Gadsden, and your entire congregation for helping the children at Kaiyaba Primary School in Kenya.
Thanks to your generous donation, the school now has clean water! Many children have died there in the past from waterborne diseases, as well as lack of water in general. You all are making a huge difference in the lives of everyone connected with the school community.
Our ministry has been promoting this need and we thank God that you have stepped up to the plate to meet this need and arrested the enemy that has tormented the children of Kaiyaba for a long time.
Other improvements are underway and being planned, due to our joint efforts with God’s grace and intervention. We have attached a few photos of people working on the pipeline and the flowing water! We look forward to fellowship with you!
In the name of Jesus Christ,
Rev. Dr. Samuel Ndungu
Rev. Brian C. Betsworth II
Onfire Agape Ministries, Inc.
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