DAGO KOKORE PRIMARY SCHOOL
We have been helping at Dago Kokore Primary School for several years, first with the supply of a water tank and some teaching aids, then for a whole new infant school (Early Child Development Centre), and also renovations a materials for the primary school class rooms.
The school. The main primary school building is the long one at the top. Just to the left (adjacent to the upper left boundary in yellow) you can see the four rooms of the ECDC block being built! The buildings at the left are the local secondary school.
We heard from the school (6 September)
How are you? We are fine at Dago Kokore. Sorry for the long silence, it was just because I was administratively putting management in order. I organized for the school management committee a training seminar on how to manage and prepare comprehensive reports of the projects going on at school.It was successful and there is now more knowledge in the committee members. Zadock retired this August 2007 and his Deputy managed to the Head teacher of Dago Kokore. He has realy helped us in the current improvement.
We conducted an Education Day on 27th July 2007 to award good performing pupils and teachers as motivation; it was very good.God has protected us and the school is now performing so well. You requested me to forward for you how I could use the funds in the Kenya account. In our strategic planning (I think I sent for the list of priorities we had discussed in the meeting). The planned activities were put in 2 phases. Here below is the cost of phase 1 activities with the most prioritized projects"
"The phase 2 project shall be done after the successfully completion of phase 1. The phase 2 includes renovating of classrooms and electricity extension to other classes.
We pray for and your family for the activities you have been performing to help the needy. May God bless you so much.
Receive greetings from Dago Kokore Primary School.
Yours in faith,
This year we received requests for funds to cover:
This is phase 1 of their needs for 2007/2008
Activities during our visit:
Monday October 22 2007
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