September 21, 2020

National Fund for Disabled to Support Infrastructural Development

National Disabled Fund Trustee major Retired Marsden Madoka at a past function. Image (Courtesy)

By The COAST Newspaper Correspondent

The National Fund for the Disabled in partnership with the County government will support infrastructural development in Mwanyambo and Malela primary school in Taita Taveta County, Fund Trustee major Retired Marsden Madoka has said.  

Madoka revealed that a technical team from the National Fund will tour the institutions to assess their needs before embarking on the projects.

“Once the said projects are put in place, the facilities will exclusively serve students with special needs.” said the major.

Madoka called on parents to take good care of their children with special needs.

He lamented that owing to the hilly terrain in some parts of the County, some of the disabled students have had difficulties in going to school.

The county governor Granton Samboja challenged other residents from the area and who are able  to assist in developing the count to borrow a leaf from Madoka and support development initiatives in the county.

The governor who accompanied Madoka in all the three schools noted that the schools’ infrastructure in the county need to be improved.

Taita Taveta Governor Granton Samboja addressing locals at a past function. Image (Courtesy)

The governor was accompanied by education CECM Daniel Makoko, County Chief of Staff Rachel Dawai, CCO Justus Singi and head of protocol Amos Saleh.

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