West Mercia Supplies of Shrewsbury delivered 10 pallets of donated educational supplies to Kenyan Schools Project.
Here is one of their lorries full of donated supplies.
Two donated pallets full of goodies for KSP.
Five donated pallets with exercise books, pencils etc.
Two more pallets.
One last pallet to make the ten donated pallets of educational supplies to Kenyan Schools Project.
A BIG ” THANK YOU ” goes out to West Mercia Supplies for donating these supplies to Kenyan Schools Project and we will supply photos of the happy pupils the other side in Kenya receiving them as normal. Bill & Lynn Morris appreciate all your donations.
While we were waiting for WMS we boxed another donated kit from the Bulls Head Telford which will be going to One of our schools or orphanages this year.
New project underway now at Mabokoni Pry School via Athumani Mazuri who is building on behalf of the Kenyan Schools Project.
Athumani Mazuri organizing the project for Kenyan Schools Project.
Ballast and sand delivered, footings dug ready for foundations now. Kenyan Schools Project next job after the two classrooms will be to renovate the other classrooms as they are looking very in need of some TLC.
Keep checking back to the KSP blog as we will post pictures regularly showing you the updates to the classrooms.
Two re-tired teachers in Australia visited our website then they kindly sent £150 to us in England to purchase 25 recorders plus 25 ‘learning the recorder’ books to take out to Kenya for the Children to take up recorder lessons at their school, Mukuru promotional centre.
Then they were palletised with everything else going to Kenya.
Here is Sister Sally who runs Mukuru Promotion Centre standing with the other pied pipers.
We had arrived back to the UK when the Customs decided to release all our pallets so Edward Mbugua & Jayne Mwangi (some of our friend in Nairobi from Elevate Kenya) helped Kenyan Schools Project by delivering all the boxes to the schools & orphanages for us.
Here are the finished photos with happy pupils learning their recorders in their new music lessons now.
Yes, KSP made it onto television! To watch the interview click the below link:
KSP Interview on KBC Channel One
KSP sponsor 7 children to help with their education in different schools and orphanages in Kenya. Melissa and Jessica are 2 of them who we visited yesterday. Here they are looing like models of the future judging by their poses. They are showing off some knitted wear that some ladies from the W.I. had knitted from the UK which we crammed into our case to bring to Kenya.
Melissa made this necklace on her own she is 10 years old and is top of her class in school.