Today we departed Naivasha and moved on to the Kericho area for our work for the next three days.
Our first stop was at Ringa School. We met up with the grade 7 and 8 students who are preparing for the national exams. Keith Leavitt gave a motivational and encouraging talk to the students. “When I look into your eyes I see possibilities – you can do it. Set your goals high,” he said.
Greenhouse operations, a part of the Table Banking:
We visited some of the students in their homes to get a better understanding of their environment:
We met up with parents who are enrolled in the adult literacy program at our schools. The mother with the baby, Martha, now has a chance of learning to read and write. She is also learning English. Her teacher Ann is right of her. Left of her is Beatrice Limo – wife of local MP who has initiated many empowerment programs for women.
Keith continued his school evaluation with head teachers of our schools.
Sogobet School head teacher and deputy head teacher:
Brian Leavitt has joined us today and brought pictures from the Rapogi Project. He has been with Keith Clouten for the past several days. The rest of Clouten’s group will join us on Sunday.
The new dormitory at Rapogi:
Rapogi School choir wins national award:
These children are wearing clothes made by the sewing club in Yuma, Arizona. Brian spends his winters there and came across a group of ladies who do this: