Schools in the country are expected to open in January with all the Learners in Primary, Secondary, colleges and universities reporting back to class.
During the Jamhuri day celebrations President Uhuru Kenyatta directed that the Ministry of interior Security and Education to ensure that no learner should stay at home.
Education CS Prof. George Magoha today received masks, textbooks and electronic radios from UNICEF Kenya Representative Ms. Maniza Zaman. The items will be supplied to the learners once they open schools in January, 2021.
UNICEF Kenya handed over the first of 700,000 masks to the Education Ministry to help with school reopening on 4 January.
“We’ve also provided solar radios and textbooks to support remote learning and are installing hand washing facilities in over 600 schools,” UNICEF twitted.
This will help reduce the burden of the parents purchasing masks for their Students when the schools reopen.
Teachers and other stakeholders within the school management will be required to ensure that their is compliance to the directives given by the government.
Education Ministry is racing against time that the students will be safe when the schools re-open in next year.
The Ministry has continued to distribute desks which shall be used by Students to ensure that they comply to the social distancing requirements.
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