World Vision hands over ECDE classes to Migori County

Migori Governor Okoth Obado speaking at Migori referral hospital during the launch of the renal center


Migori County has received ECDE classes constructed by World Vision.

World Vision handed over the classes in a ceremony presided over by Governor Okoth Obado at Seronga Primary School Sports Ground.

The two modern Early Childhood Education classes were constructed by the World Vision as a move to ensure Kuria children remain school.

Kuria World Vision Program Manager Tom Masinde while addressing the event said the organisation had so far constructed 14 modern ECD classrooms at a cost of shs 30 million in Kuria Community.

He said World Vision was also involved in training ECD teachers to compete the government rolled out Competence Based Curriculum in the region.

Governor Obado thanked the World Vision for their continued support in education, water provision, food security and general economic improvement of Kuria community.

The governor however took the event to urge the Kuria Community to abandon Female Genital Mutilation as it was a leading cause of school drop out in the region.

He called upon the community leaders parents, guardians and religious organisations to take a leading role against FGM and other forms of retrogressive cultures which deny girl child an opportunity to education.