By Arnold Amboye
Tristar and AFAL extend the educational initiative at Kiserian Primary School in Kajiado County where they launched an abolition block built to improve schools sanitation capacity as part of their CSR.
Speaking at the launch of the block the Deputy Principal Madam Rhoda Juma says that the school has a large number of students enrolled and the biggest challenge of all was the toilet but through Tristar the school can now improve their sanitation capacity.
“The school has a total number of 1026 boys and 1007 girls where by the Abolition block built contains 65 modern toilets which will help solve the pupils toilet problem.” Said Rhoda
Despite all the assistance they are receiving from the stake holders the Deputy principal says that there are still other challenges they are facing and would like well wishers to offer assistance where they can such as a Master plan for the school to help in the construction, a staff room and classes for the lower primary and the special unit.
Speaking at the function the CEO of Tristar Eugene Mahn says that Tristar is ready to work with them all the way to ensure the school will be a conducive environment for the pupils.
“The school has offered a list of the challenges they face what we need is the school to tell us the priorities so that they can know were to start.”