Langi Primary and Nursery School

July 3, 2010 at 1:12 pm 2 comments

Not long ago we identified a new school in Seme District near Holo Market that was desperate for help. It was completely run down and the children were lacking classrooms to sit in. The local community, have been very co-operative and helpful and gained the confidence of Ladies In Action.

Thus, Mrs. Shakuntla Shah and her sister came to the rescue and agreed to fund the entire construction. This was later changed and Mr. Sunil Shah, husband of Mrs. Shakuntla Shah funded the whole project which has costed over 5 million Kenya shillings.

Work in progress:

The school now has eight primary class rooms, two nursery classrooms, a library and administration block.

The community not only benefited with a brand new school but they also received assistance for the old ladies and orphans through medical camps and animal camps. In addition, the Women Groups received goats and day old chicks.

Thanks to Mrs. Shakuntla  Shah and her husband Mr. Sunil Shah for funding this very large project.

The goodwill does not stop there. On top of all the support receive from Shakuntla and Suni Shah, a great friend and supporter of Ladies IN Action, Sue Dean of Jersey kindly offered to build a water well and the work has already started with over 30 ft dug so far. The school will soon have its own water.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Elodie  |  July 6, 2010 at 2:01 am

    Beautiful achievements, well done to all !

  • 2. JOAB ASEWE  |  November 3, 2010 at 2:17 pm



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