May 2018 Impacts

BARAKA SHALOM PRIMARY SCHOOL

Baraka Shalom continues to be one of the best communities to benchmark. The school now enjoys facilities such as teacher desks, recently acquired thanks to Village Impact. They also have a fully functional computer laboratory, which has helped the students attain more knowledge on Information Technology. The administration block is now fully tiled and a ceiling board has been installed on the roof. The final class (grade 8) continues to be amongst the top in their division and there is much hope for the final national examinations scheduled at the end of this year.

AMANI KURESOI PRIMARY SCHOOL

The school was able to get additional textbooks procured by Village Impact. This in return has increased the number of students in the school. The glass has now been installed on the windows  making learning more conducive. The ECD class continues to enroll more students. The school is now officially registered and the government is working towards adding more teachers to the school.

NDATHO HOPE PRIMARY SCHOOL.

The school has acquired additional textbooks and teacher desks at the beginning of the term. Window glass has been installed after approval from the Village Impact Board of Directors. The school has also ten additional students. School official registration is in its final stages.

SAFINA HAJI SCHOOLS

Safina Haji Primary schools continue to have additional students in their ECD class. The school planting project is still on course and better yield is expected this year. Last year they were able to harvest 34 bags of maize.

The high school registration is already in its final stages and a certificate is expected soon. The final year candidates (form 4) were registered at a nearby school for their final exams. The laboratory continues to tremendously help the students especially when it comes to practicals.

SAN MARCO PRIMARY SCHOOL

Some of the students in the school were really affected by the floods and were unable to report to resume classes on time this term. Additional textbooks were supplied to the school. Installation of window glass on the windows have improved the learning conditions of the students. Teacher desks were recently supplied to the school thanks to Village Impact.

BRIGHT HOPE SECONDARY SCHOOL

The school continues to enjoy new facilities such as a well-equipped laboratory, two extra classrooms and expansion of the administration block. The school is also well-maintained. The school community has cultivated part of the school compound aimed at enhancing the feeding programme next year.

The school looks attractive since more trees have been planted around the compound.

SENENDET PRIMARY SCHOOL

The school has cultivated two acres within the school compound which will aid in the feeding
programme next year. The school administration has already kick-started the feeding programme for
grade 8 students. Parents were required to offer part of their grains to the school. This has in return
prevented the disruption of learning when the students break for lunch.