About 500 students from Kiambu, Nyeri and Kirinyaga counties received furniture worth KES 1.7 million from Safaricom Foundation’s Ndoto Zetu initiative, which boosted learning in the schools.
In Nyeri County, Nyakinyua Primary School in Rware, Mere Secondary School in Kabaru and Kirinyaga Primary School in Naromoru were some of the schools that benefitted from desks, which improved their learning conditions.
In Kiambu County, Nyataragi Primary School in Limuru, PCEA Mukuyuini in Gatundu and Kihara Primary School in Ndenderu received furniture to facilitate learning in the schools. Students in Kirinyaga County, St. Mary’s Kiaragana Secondary School were also among the beneficiaries.
Ndoto Zetu is Safaricom Foundation’s flagship philanthropic initiative, which calls on Kenyans to partner with the Foundation to actualise their community’s dreams and aspirations.
Over the next three months, Safaricom Foundation will commission over 400 Ndoto Zetu projects in health, education and economic empowerment worth KES 100 million and which target two million beneficiaries.