With an ever growing number of students, now at 104, providing them with a safe source of water while attending our little school is a higher priority. A priority which can be difficult during the dry months. Thanks to local and New Zealand supports we have been able to install a 2nd water tank during…
Over the New Year holidays we setup a small school garden. As well as teaching students about basic agriculture, we hope this will be a regular and low cost source of healthy food for our meal programme.
NEMA KWA WATOTO organisation have come to our aid and donated another delivery of food to help feed our hungry students. This will help keep our students fed, healthy and able to focus on their studies. Thanks again!!!
A wonderfully generous donation from a New Zealand man (Stan) of LED lights for our schoolhouse has made a real difference. These new LED lights have helped reduce our electricity costs and allowed us to reallocate the savings to our food and health programmes. Stan also provided us some very useful advice for improving the…
Tiling and wiring in the new school house. Finally having electricity and a tiled, rather than dirt, floor is a real step up for our little school. We are all so proud!
As you may know Equity runs purely on donations. With the school roll growing to over 100 students, this contribution of beans and maize from Neema Kwa Watoto Organisation will help keep our meal programme going a little longer.
After a lot of hard work, organisation and generosity the ground floor of our new schoolhouse is now open for classes. This is a significant development for our little school. With an ever growing wait list of children who desperately need education, we hope to add the second story as soon as possible.
2 years ago we had a water tank installed at the school. Whether washing, cleaning, cooking or drinking, the importance of having safe water cannot be understated. On Rusinga, we can have long periods without rain and the school wouldn’t function without the ability to store water. Special thanks to Lynn for her effort fundraising…
Construction continues on our new school house. This week was about sand deliveries and plastering.
Students receiving breakfast before starting a day of learning. Thanks to community support we are able to provide breakfast and lunch to our students. For some children this supplementary nutrition is vital.