The residents of Karai Muslim had for a long time lacked accessible and affordable health care. In the Financial year 2012/2013 KES 1,453,893 was allocated by CDF to begin the construction of Karai Dispensary for utilization by the members of the society and in the financial year 2013/2014, an additional of Kshs 953,893 was allocated to complete the dispensary, construct a latrine and waiting bay. The dispensary is
A prominent Vocational Institution in Nachu Ward Kikuyu constituency. The Institution offers various courses that require practical classes. The school therefore required a workshop for the learning of the technical courses where the students can carry out various experiments and practice the theories they learn in the classes. CDF provided financial assistance to help construct the classrooms to accommodate the growing number of students in the institution. In the year
Due to the growing intake of student in Muhu Secondary School there was a dire need of a bigger kitchen to cater for lunch and tea for students. This project was fully funded by the CDF and was allocated KSH 2,000,000 in the financial year 2012/2013. Muhu kitchen is now complete and in use.
Financial year 2013/2014 KES 1,000,000 was allocated to go into the school’s emergency kitty for toilets.Picture one above shows the earlier state of toilets in Nduma Primary School.The second picture shows the newly constructed modern Sanitary block fully funded by CDF. Nduma Primary school has been allocated KES 1,000,000 in the financial year 2014/2015 for rehabilitation of classrooms.
Financial year 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 a total of KES 4,426,990 was apportioned. KES 2,826,990 was used to construct the two classrooms which are now complete and in use.
Lusigetti social hall had no toilet. The users of the hall had to seek the facility from the neighboring homesteads. During the financial year 2012/2013 the CDF allocated KES 589,970 for construction of exhaustible outside toilet. It is now complete and in use.
Mama Ngina Primary Sch is located in Kinoo ward and has approximately 1200 pupils. The public works officers condemned a block of six classrooms. The CDF established a need to replace the condemned building and thus allocated KES 3,500,000 to facilitate construction of another block. Phase one is already complete and in use. In the financial year 2014/2015 CDF has allocated KES 1,500,000 for completion of storied classes- First floor
During the financial year 2013/2014 CDF allocated 1,500,000 for construction of two classrooms. Classrooms are now complete and in use. The board members and parents noted that the classrooms were well constructed.
Kinoo town is one of the main centres in the ward and home to various economic activities however due to the poor state of the main road to the town the activities carried out were under duress.CDF solved this issue by allocating funds to fix this road and boost economic activities.For the financial year 2012/2013 KES 2,000,000 was allocated for murraming and grading of the road. Phase two of the
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