Airtel supports three schools in Kakamega County
Bharti Airtel has donated furniture sets to Siwawa, Imbiakalo and Bukhakunga primary schools in Kakamega County. Driven by the passion and commitment to create the best learning environment for future learners in the country, the company has donated furniture sets which includes office tables, chairs and pedestals to the three schools which is expected to uplift the standard of three schools which is in line with Airtel’s “Our School” Social Responsibility initiatives.
Driven by the passion and commitment to create the best of platforms for sound academic education in the country, the company has donated office tables and pedestals to the three schools which are expected to uplift the standard of the school’s education system which is in line with Airtel’s “Our School” Social Responsibility initiatives.
Speaking during the handover event held at Bukhakunga Primary School, Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said that Airtel is fully committed to its intention to support initiatives that will provide a good learning environment to both teachers and students.
“At Airtel, we believe that to achieve the best quality education, students have to have the best facilities possible. It is with this in mind that we have today supported the schools with furniture that will help better the quality of learning and ultimately contribute positively to the outcome of each and every pupil and the schools in general. Our support is premised on the value we place on education as we acknowledge that a good environment for learning is fundamental, giving our future generation the hope and opportunity to excel in life,” said Mr. El Youssefi.
Speaking on behalf of the schools, Sawawa Primary School Head Master Mr. Moses Libuyi thank Airtel for the timely gesture, noting that the furniture will contribute a lot towards pupil’s academic performance. “Furniture may often be viewed as non-essential but they are one of the greatest contributors and influences to a child’s academic performance,” said Mr. Libuyi.