We are providing outstanding education and food to 330 poor children in urban Mombasa. Very high food inflation is putting our feeding programme at risk. Educational changes mean that 60 children aged 12 -14 must join a class of 100 in a government school unless we make changes allowing them to stay
High food inflation is threatening our feeding programme. The Kenyan government has changed the education system. Secondary school used to start at age 14 and will now start at 12 years. Our children are well nourished and achieving outstanding academic results. The parents are very poor and their children will be forced to join a government school where there is no feeding programme. The parents are desperate for us to keep them.
We shall continue with our feeding programme. We can upgrade a classroom to become a science lab. We need to put in sinks and provide expensive science and technology equipment. We shall be able to keep the children in part of the our school building, naming it a Junior Secondary School providing we improve the facilities and resources for science, technology and other secondary school subjects. We shall continue to feed and keep them healthy.