Airkenya Supports Emarti School

The future is looking bright for Emarti Primary School in the Masai Mara as  Airkenya Express will support the school in a number of ways going into the future.  Currently, the school has only two stone classrooms for standards one and two and a small mabati room for the pre-school unit which takes children from 3 years old.   The school has a total of 61 students.  Emarti school was the brainchild of Chairman Ole Kasoe, who together with the Kasoe Community purchased ten acres to start a school.

Currently, unfenced, the school  wishes to grow to a fully fledged primary school. Some of the needs include; furniture, water, kitchen,  staff housing perhaps even a feeding program which will nourish the school children for better learning.  Emarti is now a registered Government school with Headmistress posted to the School by the Teachers Service Commission.

Esther Silantoi dreams of seeing more children in the community “come to school and get an education rather than marry off early and start having children..”.  Being unfenced, the school is exposed to the dangers of wild animals coming close to the school and even elephant are not uncommon.  Airkenya made a fact finding trip this past month  and donated reading material for the children. The children were all smiles when the Senior Warden, Narok County Council Airkenya Marketing Manager, Cheryl deSouza and Digital Marketing Executive Rahab Ngugi visited the school recently.