KATAKWI: 15 Primary Schools in Ngariam Connected to Solar Power

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  • In less than three years, the Kazi Ni Kazi Foundation has provided various services to different schools, including scholastic materials, solar panels, and more, which have enabled students to adapt to the new curriculum and aim for better performance.

KATAKWI: The installation of solar systems in the remaining 15 out of 48 schools in Ngariam County in Katakwi District is currently underway. According to the organizing team, the project is now 95% complete.

This announcement was made during the launch of the second phase of the project on Saturday, June 15, 2024.

Dan Mulalu, the leader of the Kazi Ni Kazi Foundation and Private Secretary in the Office of the President in charge of Political Mobilization and Affairs, spoke at the launch event held at Acanga Primary School. He emphasized the organization’s commitment to improving the standards of schools in the county.

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The schools scheduled to receive solar power in this phase include Obulejet P/S, Alogook P/S, Ocwin P/S, Alukuchok P/S, Apolin P/S, Aliakamer P/S, Palam SS, Angorom P/S, and others.

The primary goal of the project is to enhance the quality of education in the county.

In less than three years, the Kazi Ni Kazi Foundation has provided various services to different schools, including scholastic materials, solar panels, and more, which have enabled students to adapt to the new curriculum and aim for better performance.

Elizabeth Acom, SAS of Ngariam Sub County, expressed her gratitude to the Kazi Ni Kazi Foundation for the initiative, noting its significant impact on the schools in Ngariam.

Acom stated that the installation of solar panels in schools will improve the educational standards in the district.

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Meanwhile, Hon. Moses Iteit, Chairman LC3 of Ngariam Sub County, thanked the leadership of Kazi Ni Kazi for their commitment to education in Ngariam County. He urged the community to protect the equipment to ensure it serves its purpose.

Hon. Betty Abur, District Councilor representing Palam Sub County in Katakwi District and Chairperson of Education, who was representing LCV Hon. Geoffrey Omolo, encouraged the Ngariam community to support and safeguard the solar equipment. She added that the district is aware of and supports the initiative.

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