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About the project

The Challenge

Students were learning in an unconducive learning environment as they had to share lockers. This affected their classwork as there was difficulty in writing and participation in class due to congestion.

The Intervention

Safaricom Foundation’s Ndoto Zetu donated desks and chairs at a cost of KES 100,000.

The Impact

The furniture is expected to uplift students’ morale as well as renew interest in learning. Teachers will also have an easier time while teaching.

Pillars

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