Education

KCCT has also supported a number of local primary and secondary schools through the construction of classrooms, laboratories, administrative blocks, toilet facilities and water wells and pumps, as well as the provision of classroom equipment and furniture to enhance the learning environment for local students.  Specifically, KCCT has supported 8 primary schools and 10 secondary schools since 2005 when the Trust began funding projects identified by the community. Approximately 5,000 students have benefited from these initiatives. KCCT also makes annual donations to support orphaned and vulnerable children, through Imara Women’s Group and Sharp Women’s Group, two organizations headed by spouses and retired employees from KSC. Each year the two groups sponsor approximately 500 students for primary, secondary, vocational and O-Level education that their families would otherwise be unable to finance.