Safaricom Foundation improves school facilities for over 2,000 students in Western Kenya

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Over 2,000 learners from Western Kenya region have benefitted from classrooms, dormitories, and water and sanitation facilities funded by Safaricom Foundation.

In Bungoma County, learners from Sikulu Friends Primary School benefitted from a classroom to improve access to education while those in Lukhokhwe FYM Primary School received an ablution block and water tank which will enable access to clean, safe water in the school. In Kakamega County, Precious Virginia Home received a dormitory to accommodate 25 children with disabilities to support their education and health.

St. Paul’s Buderie Primary School in Busia County and Kamasi Primary in Migori County benefitted from newly constructed and equipped classrooms, which have reduced congestion among learners.

Investment in the projects was KES 7.7 million.

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