In Progress : NTEPES SCHOOL – 3 Classrooms

About the Project

 Ntepes school accommodates 53 students (23 girls and 30 boys). It is located in a remote and poor community that lacks water and health facilities. In fact, this community often hosts mobile clinics from the Naikarra Health Centre. 

Despite being quite an impoverished community, parents were able to put together enough of their funds to build a semi-permanent classroom. However, this classroom lacks proper walls to protect students from elements such as rain and wind, and it lacks electricity. This creates an unfavourable learning environment.

Therefore, A Better World is supporting the school by building 3 new classrooms and 6 new toilets. Water harvesting will also be installed, which will provide an adequate water source for the school and the community.

Photos

Painting is needed to finish the 3  Classrooms

 Large windows provides lots of natural light in the new classrooms. 

The 3 Classrooms are nearing completion.

Roofing work has been completed.

Roofing work has been completed.

Walls have been completed.

Walls are nearly completed.

Walls are going up.

Walls are going up.

The community and parents contributing with their Labour

The community and parents contributing with their Labour

 Foundation work has started.

The current classroom lacks walls to protect students from the elements

Current toilet for students and staff

Quick Facts

Cost: $53,500
Location:  Maasai Mara, Kenya
Start Date: April 2022
Project Manager:  Brian Leavitt

Major Donors

Jack and Joan Hilde

Partner Donors