BRIGHT HOPE HIGH SCHOOL IN LEMOLO COMMUNITY IN NAKURU COUNTY:

The new day public Bright Hope High School in Lemolo Village,Rongai Constituency,Nakuru County. The construction of this school started February this year(2016) and it has a new in-take of 73 students who are all in Form one. The students did their K.C.P.E last year. More than half of the students comes from 2 public primary schools (Kimugul and Sinendet Primary schools in Lemolo) which have been constructed by VICDA,Kenya  and fully funded by WTA Canada and the rest of the students comes from the nearby  surroundings. Both Primary schools have more than 700 students from the local community; The Bright Hope High school have all classrooms from form 1 – 4, two laboratories with a chemical storage for science subjects,10 toilets(4 – for girls,4-boys ,2 for the teachers) and office administration block; education is very much affordable in term of school fees. The government charge a fee of between (kshs.4,000)US$40 – (Kshs.5,000)US$50 per child per semester.The government has already brought in TSC teachers; Currently, the VICDA team are on the ground completing the construction of the administration block which should be completed by next week;

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Safina Haji Primary School at Nakuru County in Kenya – Construction completed:

Haji and Ndonga Farms families can now put a smile on their faces after completion of the new Safina Haji Primary School which was launched on 27th July,2015. From next week which is the third semester in Kenya Education System,the children in these communities will start enjoying their new school from grade 1 to 8 with no hustles at all. Apart from putting up the building,we have also been able to provide desks for all the kids,stationery,soccer balls and other playing kits. World Teachers Aid and its great team of donors have made this happen.  VICDA and WTA have so far been able to complete 5 beautiful new schools in 3 and half years which are fully furnished,stationery provided. Special thanks to all the donors who have tirelessly participated in this noble cause; The donors have touched the lives of children who were a few years ago homeless and had no access to education due to vulnerability and poverty which they were put on after they were displaced from their homes due to 2007/2008 post election violence. Thank you for putting your funds where it deserve most.

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NEXT SCHOOL PROJECT; SAFINA HAJI PRIMARY SCHOOL AT HAJI FARM IN SUBUKIA,FEBRUARY,2015:

The contractor and his team has moved to the new school construction site where the construction of the new Safina Haji Primary School has started. The School is located in Subukia Constituency in Nakuru County in Kenya. Haji Farm community are part of the families who were resettled by the Kenya government in year 2013 after post election violence in early 2008 and the land has no any social amenities(schools,toilets,water,health facility) in place; The nearest school in this area is 12 kilometers(8 miles) away. Currently the community has converted a dilapidated old farm house as a school as per the picture below:
Students at Safina Haji School;

Students at Safina Haji School;

CONSTRUCTION OF SUNDET PRIMARY SCHOOL AT LEMOLO B FEBRUARY,2015:

Its all joy and jubilation for the kids and community at Lemolo B after completion of 8 classrooms which we started constructing in August,2014.

The kids were studying under a chanty which has exposure to the sun and rain.

They have finally settled in their new school with new desks as the joy flow in their hearts. Currently there are 427 students in the school; Thank you to VICDA funder WTA,Canada.

New school building

New school building

New School Building

New School Building

Students in their new classrooms with new seats.

Students in their new classrooms with new seats.

Students in their new classrooms with new seats.

Students in their new classrooms with new seats.

Kids expressing their joy for the new school:

Kids expressing their joy for the new school: