Ngala Comprehensive School for the deaf gets New ablution block courtesy of SCANN



Ngala Comprehensive School for the Deaf on June 19, 2024, received a new ablution block.

The project, is a courtesy of Street Children Assistance Network of Nakuru (SCANN) Foundation.

The school was in needy following the collapse of the school’s original ablution block during rainy season rendering the students with only a few functional latrines.

In response to the school’s call for help from public and private organizations, SCANN, stepped in to address the emergency.

The handover ceremony was a celebratory event for Ngala Comprehensive School.

The new ablution block was handed over to the school administration by a team from SCANN, led by their founder and Chairman Shamsher Gilani, and a team from the Rotary Club of Nakuru, led by the Rift Region Coordinator, Rtn Joab Okelo, and Club President, Rtn James Yegon.

Shamsher Gilani lauded the SCANN fraternity for stepping in to aid the school.

He also revealed that Rotary Club club of Nakuru and East Africa Reinsurance Company for their contribution towards the same.

“We realized that the school had challenges after their toilets collapsed during the rainy season. We visited and assessment was done and today we are here handing over the completed project to the school,” stated Shamsher.

Representing the school were Mr. James Kariuki, the Vice Chairman of the Board, the Headteacher Madam Gacheri Kimata, other staff members, and the pupils as well as the Ministry of Education representative.

Madam Kimata, the headteacher, expressed deep gratitude to the sponsors, stressing the importance of the new facilities for the students.

Together with Education officer, they  requested further assistance from SCANN to improve other aspects of the school’s learning environment.

SCANN through Chairman Shamsher Gilani agreed to come back and support the needy learners at the School.

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