A new library and science laboratory is currently being built at Subuiga Day Secondary School.
The permaculture garden at Kibirione School is working well. Here the students are harvesting sweet potatoes from the garden for lunch.
The Gundua Secondary school students recently won the maths champions of Meru County!
The event was held on the 29th of January and was a great success with over 700 farmers attending and 17 exhibitors.
Two students from the Gundua Foundation Scholarship program graduated from university in December 2018 after 4 years of studying. Agnes Wairimu graduated from Kisii University with a Bachelor Degree in Nutrition & Dietetics. David Maingi graduated from Mason University with a Bachelors Degree in Medical Laboratory Science.
Kiborione School was our first ‘Green School’ project, an iniative we hope to spread to all of our supported schools. Seventy Five fruit trees have been planted on a plot next to the school kitchen, to provide students with avocados, oranges, bananas, guavas and mangoes. On the 20th November, over 120 parents helped in digging and planting the trees.
Kamiti Primary School now has free internet available to students in the library and computer rooms. The internet was provided by China Aid and supported by the Star Times TV Channel.
In October 1118 patients were treated at the Gundua Clinic, among those were 254 dental treatments.
Students from the Gundua and Kisima Secondary Schools have also started using the clinic through NHIF cover for secondary school students.
Some members from the Swedish organisation Apotek Hjartat also visited the clinic and offered training to the staff.
Climbing frames for the students have now been constructed at Maritati, Kiborione and Kamiti primary schools.
The newly built library at Maritati Primary School with the first books donated by the Human Practice Foundation.
There were 636 patients who visited the Gundua clinic in August and 3 children born in the maternity unit.
In August, five students from the Gundua Foundation Scholarship Awards received laptops donated by John Baathe and other visitors from Sweden. The students are currently studying in universities around the country.
The school feeding program is running well and the students numbers in the area have increased. Gundua Primary has almost 500 pupils at present.