In the financial year 2016/2017, Kshs. 2,500,000 was allocated for construction of 4 AP Quarters (Laying foundation, walling,roofing and plastering) and construction of pit latrine toilets.
Today morning (10th July 2017), We officially opened the newly constructed AP Living quarters and toilet block fully funded by NG-CDF at Gatune Police station, Nachu ward. After visiting the station a few months back, we realized the sorry state of the previous AP lines which led urgent need of new houses. Security is an important pillar in our manifesto and especially with the rising development in the area. We
On 5th July 2017, We officially opened the new AP housing block consisting of five units at Kerwa Police Post. We were joined by Key security agencies and stakeholders in Kikuyu and residents of Sigona ward. Expansion of the police post will see more police officers brought to the area and consequently enhancing security.
On 26th June 2017, We commissioned the new Kerwa water borehole project that was funded by the EABL Foundation to a tune of ksh. 7.2m under their CSR program that we sourced for to compliment government and community work.The project was implemented by AMREF Health Africa in collaboration with Kerwa Nduma community. The pump has a capacity of 30 cubic meters per hour and a 4km pipeline network. It is
Yesterday (3rd March 2017),accompanied by the deputy OCPD Kikuyu, the OCS and ACC Karai we laid the foundation stone for the new staff quarters for Gatune police post. This is to improve the current living situation and also accommodate more officers at the post to beef up security in the area. We later commissioned the graveling of the Mawatha-Ndacha-mbomboini road at a community baraza in Ndacha shopping center where a
In the financial Year 2015/2016 Kshs. 2,000,000 was allocated for construction of two new classrooms. The work is complete.
In the financial year 2016/2017 Kerwa Police post project was allocated Kshs. 1,500,000 for construction of 3 Administration Police Quarters (Laying foundation, walling, roofing and plastering) to beef up security in the area and its environs.
During the monitoring and evaluation tour in October 2015 it was realized that there was need to rehabilitate most of the classrooms which were in a dilapidated state and in the next financial year i.e 2015/2016 budget the school was allocated Kshs. 3,000,000 for renovation of classrooms and Kshs. 900,000 from the emergency kitty for construction of a toilet block (exhaustible).
In the financial year 2015/2016 budget Kamangu Primary School was allocated Kshs. 2,000,000 for classrooms renovation i.e plastering, painting and fixing doors and windows.
In the financial year 2015/2016 Kshs. 3,500,000 was allocated to the school for the renovation of 12 classrooms and the administration block(Fixing the huge cracks caused by earth tremor, flooring, plastering, putting varendahs, painting, fixing doors & windows). The work is on going