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Invest more in education for lasting peace and growth in arid areas

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When The Standard on Sunday highlighted the dire state of Nachurur Primary School in Tiaty constituency, Baringo County, I felt a tinge of huge frustration. Majority of Kenyans were stunned to learn that some 300 pupils are attended to by only two teachers and that they study under trees with snakes and cows for companions.

Invest more in education for lasting peace and growth in arid areas

By Gerald Lepariyo | 5 years ago

In aid of a school where pupils know no classroom nor desks

In aid of a school where pupils know no classroom nor desks

The story of Nachurur Primary received overwhelming reaction from readers after it featured the dire situation the pupils have to go through just to get an education.

Standard Reporter | 5 years ago

A school in the wild where learners sit on stones and learn under trees

There are no classrooms. There are no desks. But there are many children at Nachurur Primary School in Tiaty, Baringo County, dying to get an education — the only thing that can help them wriggle out of the grinding poverty they were born into.

Standard Team | 5 years ago

Invest more in education for lasting peace and growth in arid areas

When The Standard on Sunday highlighted the dire state of Nachurur Primary School in Tiaty constituency, Baringo County, I felt a tinge of huge frustration. Majority of Kenyans were stunned to learn that some 300 pupils are attended to by only two teachers and that they study under trees with snakes and cows for companions.

Gerald Lepariyo | 5 years ago

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