Sherston Musul, Kijabe trust and Regenesis Ltd community achievements so far

Sherston Musul, Kijabe trust and Regenesis Ltd community achievements so far

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Sherston Musul Primary school 2011

  1. Teacher house was built by volunteers (including Sherston School volunteers) organised by www.iwillnotcomplain.co.uk. It was almost completed in September - see here. Finally completed by community in February 2011 see it here.
  2. Fundraising has started for the provision of more water tanks and guttering as Kenya is experiencing continued drought. We will also be raising monmey for netball and football goals, sport kit and other resources.

Sherston Musul Primary school 2010

  1. Food store and Kitchen building COMPLETED 2010.
  2. School resources provided (ongoing - books, teaching materials, sports equipment and uniforms, play material for reception provided)

 

Sherston Musul Primary school 2009

  1. New water tank and guttering of all school buildings including classroom 3. This project has been funded by Sherston CE Primary school fundraising efforts in 2009. COMPLETED SEPT 2009.
  2. Food store and Kitchen building.
  3. School resources provided (ongoing - books, teaching materials).

Sherston Musul School Achievements upto August 2009

  • Classroom 3 constructed 2009. This will be put into use in the Autumn term!
  • A new Latrine block for boys and girls has been constructed.
  • One teacher’s salary ( 2008)
  • Uniforms (jumpers for all children) (2008)
  • Teaching resources, toys, stationary, footballs, shirts etc. (2008)
  • Painting of 2 classrooms and pictures on all walls. Roof paint supplied
  • Transport of food.
  • Classroom 2 (2007) built by friends of Sherston Musul School and funded by Sherston CE Primary school and supporters donations.

Kimanjo PrimarySchool

  • One teacher’s salary 2007 and 2008
  • Books, posters, stationary, 2007 and 8
  • sports equipment, football boots, 2007
  • nursery resources, benches, blackboards 2006 -8
  • shukas for dance group (2007)
  • School trips (transport)
  • Sponsorship of needy children (boarding fees)

OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS


Ngabolo School see http://www.ngabolo.com/

  • Repair and Refurbishment of all existing buildings, inc. partition and creation of a new classroom (2008)
  • New office block inc. staff room, library, and offices (under construction)
  • Latrines (2006 and 20007) and teachers’ washroom (2007)
  • Kitchen and store (2007 completed)
  • Fencing compound (under construction)
  • 3 water tanks + guttering (2007 - 2008)
  • Sports facilities/pitches and landscaping (2008)
  • Painting all buildings, inside and roofs (2007 and 2008)
  • Large quantities of resources, text books, school equipment, stationary
  • Nursery games
  • Sports equipment,/ shirts/boots/games/ balls etc. (2007 and 2008)
  • One nursery teacher’s salary (2006 and 2007)
  • One teacher’s salary (2007 and 2008)
  • Benches/desks, cupboards, shelving, chairs for all rooms
  • Blackboards, cooking pots,etc.
  • Advisory teachers from Brabourne for one week (2007)
  • GAP students (4) as volunteer teachers/classroom assistants/painters (2007 and 2008)
  • Maintenance and water provided to the school by Regenesis fundis..( ongoing)
  • Wildlife/Conservation Club, school outings organised, children’s fund raising projects (Lentile guides- ongoing)
  • Uniforms (complete) for needy children, approx 15
  • Transport of food and books, as needed (2007-8)
  • Website created with facebook (2008)

Nkiloriti Nursery School

  • One basic nursery classroom, (2007)
  • Latrines (2007)
  • Kitchen (2008)
  • Contribution to teacher
  • Cook/askari contributions 2008
  • Teaching resources, posters , stationary, books, shirts and dresses(2007 and 2008)
  • Painting and pictures on all walls, roof paint (2008)
  • Provision of water (when needed)
  • Transport of food as needed


Kimanjo Clinic

  • Motorbike and maintenance (2007 and continuing)
  • One new nurse and salary 2008
  • New nurse house (construction begun)
  • Maintenance, guttering, water tank (2007)
  • Extensive training programme for 14 Community Health Workers (2008 and continuing),fees and salary for 3 trainers, allowances and bicycles (x14), food, organisation, transport, planning, logistics, stationary, bags, sweaters, etc. etc
  • Vaccine fridge
  • Unlimited trips to clinic and limited to hospitals (Nanyuki) for patients including night-time emergencies

Bursaries

  • Christine Sinore 2007 to 2008, Nairobi University, fees and costs paid (£3760 paid; £2690 to find)
  • James Kaisa 2008 to 2009 Teacher Training Diploma (money available)
  • Timothy Mosiany university fees 2008 to 2010 (£8500) two thirds found
  • Contributions to secondary fees in 2006, before setting up of Ranch Bursary Fund (2007)
  • Currently 45% of Regenesis’ rights fees (45% of £7350 pa) is spent on secondary and further education bursaries (£3308 pa). Primary education is free.

Women’s Groups

  • Beadwork sold 2007 in Kenya, US and Uk orders: in excess of £8,500 (continuing 2008)
  • Craft Manyatta fees 2007: £2,633
  • Nkiloriti egg project