The Star (Nairobi)

7 January 2013

Kenya: Education Stakeholders Call for Increase in Student Capitation Grant

Photo: Cindy Shiner/allAfrica
Education stake holders have asked the government to consider increasing capitation fee for each student in the country (file photo).

The government should consider increasing the capitation grant for each student this year in line with the cost of living which has gone up.

Stakeholders are of the view that 1,020 shillings for primary school students and 3,600 shillings for secondary school students is not sufficient for the running of schools.

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Education stake holders have asked the government to consider increasing capitation fee for each student in the country (file photo).

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