Safaricom Foundation Invests Ksh. 2.2mn to School Projects in 6 Counties

Safaricom Foundation’s Ndoto Zetu Supports 2,000 Students in Six Counties

Milda Ndara, Safaricom Foundation, (left) with Jemima Kasoha, a class eight student at Kipchekwen Primary School during the official handover of new desks to the school by the Safaricom Foundation through Ndoto Zetu.

Safaricom Foundation’s Ndoto Zetu initiative has supported about 2,000 students from Elgeyo Marakwet, Baringo, Nandi, Kakamega, Kisii and Homabay to the tune of Ksh. 2.2 million.

The investment has seen students receive various items such as school uniforms, water tanks and classroom furniture.

Ndoto Zetu initiative is one of Safaricom Foundation’s philanthropic partnerships that aim to support individual Kenyans who are keen to make an impact in their communities through social investments.

Students from Simotwo Secondary and Kapteren Primary Schools in Elgeyo Marakwet County received desks and chairs. Other learners in Ketigoi Mixed Secondary School and Moi Girls Kapcherop benefitted from water tanks to aid in the fight against COVID-19.

In Baringo County, underprivileged students from Maron Primary School received school uniforms while Tabagon Secondary school benefited from a water tank.

Riragi Primary School in Kisii County and Got Lwala Primary School in Homabay County benefited from water tanks while Kipchekwen Primary School in Nandi County got desks and chairs.

In Kakamega County, Mapera Secondary school had a library constructed and equipped courtesy of Safaricom Foundation.

“The second phase of the Ndoto Zetu initiative is supporting students as they go back to school. At the same time, we want to ensure that even as students take all the necessary precautions, the school environment is conducive for learning as access to quality education is one of our pillars as the Safaricom Foundation,” said Joseph Ogutu, Chairman, Safaricom Foundation.

Through the initiative, Safaricom Foundation asks Kenyans to share their dreams and aspirations that they hope to achieve that will have a positive impact on their communities. During the first phase of the initiative in 2019 the foundation implemented over 300 projects across 40 counties at a cost of Ksh. 30 Million, and reached more than 50,000 people.