MANYATTA SECONDARY SCHOOL – 9 Renovated classrooms

About the Project

Due to the poor classroom conditions and a lack of water, nine classrooms urgently need renovations. Two water harvesting systems are also required to provide students and teachers with an additional water source. The existing classrooms have cracks on the floors and old iron roofing sheets that leak. The school has two plastic tanks used to harvest water during the rainy season, but the harvested water is barely enough to sustain the school’s population. It is vital for us that all children have access to the same educational opportunities; therefore, ABW is supporting students at Manyatta Secondary School and providing them with a better learning environment.

Photos

The parents and community are contributing their labour to complete the renovations.

The parents and community are contributing their labour to complete the renovations.

The parents and community are contributing their labour to complete the renovations.

The parents and community are contributing their labour to complete the renovations.

Renovation work continues. 

New roofing being installed.

Renovations have started with the removal of the rusted tin roofing. 

Renovations have started with the removal of the rusted tin roofing. 

The existing classrooms

Quick Facts

Cost: $73,000
Location: Ol Kalao, Kenya
Start Date: July 2022
Project Manager: Eric Rajah

Major Donors

Anonymous Ontario Donor

Partner Donors