Kenyan Govt Pumps More Funds Into Schools
U.S.$107 million has been released to secondary schools while primary schools received U.S.$36 million, according to Education Principal Secretary, Bellio Kipsang. The funds will reportedly enable principals and head teachers to serve learners more effectively.
Pupils of Kacheliba Mixed Primary School in West Pokot County.
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