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Mozzart improves drainage and donates desks to local primary school

Sponsored by Mozzart | Nov 6th 2021 | 2 min read

Education is the key to a better future for children, but without properly equipped classrooms, many kids struggle to learn. Mozzart company recognized the importance of creating a safe and comfortable learning environment and donated 100 desks to Drive Inn Primary School in Nairobi.

Mozzart’s Country Director Sasa Krneta, Serbia Ambassador to Kenya Dragan Zupanjevac and other dignitaries were led by school officials in inspecting a drainage system that the company funded its renovation and thereafter officially handed over the new desks to the school.

The school’s headmistress Catherine Chalo thanked Mozzart and the Serbian Embassy in Kenya saying the gesture will go a long way in ensuring the students learn in a safe and better environment.

“This is a great day for as a community. We are really happy about the donation and what we have done for us. Now our pupils are no longer going to be squeezed as it has been. Now they are going to be comfortable learning.” She said.

Ambassador Dragan Zupanjevac urged the pupils to work hard and also thanked Mozzart for being involved in community projects in Kenya.

“I am very happy to hear today. We really thank our Serbian embassy and Mozzart Bet Kenya for coming through and initiating this. Let’s continue to support each other in developments especially education. Kenya and Serbia are good friends.” He said.

Mozzart Country Director Sasa Krneta reiterated the organization’s mission to support Kenyan communities.

“As Mozzart, we have always been willing to support community projects. The community is always at the center of whatever we do and we are always eager to assist. It is much easier to do so when you have institutional support, and in this case also great help from the Embassy of Serbia in Kenya. I would especially like to thank our Ambassador for the initiative, we worked together in this mission to assist these children to attain their full potential,” he said,

“I really hope this donation will help create a safe and comfortable learning environment. We saw here today a lot of kids that are really determined to learn and the least we can do is to give them something that will enable them to achieve their goals,”

Krneta said that Mozzart’s ongoing CSR activities will continue and that they will put more resources to help communities around the country through several initiatives.

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