Kwa Mboo Primary School

Location: Kinanie, Machakos.

Amara started working with this school in 2014.  Amara decided to rebuild and refurbish this school because the previous classrooms were a condemned cattle dip, and the student population was expected to increase as there were no other public school in the vicinity.

Number of students grown from 102 students in 2012 to 288 students in 2024.


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Amara has undertaken the following at Kwa Mboo Primary School:

  • Construction of 4 new classrooms, rebuilding and refurbishment the previous cattle dip to create 5 new classrooms in partnership with CAREducation Trust -UK & Independent Franchise Partners, LLP-UK
  • Installed playground equipment.
  • Introduced a feeding program in 2016.
  • Set up a fully functional library in 2015 and upgraded it in 2017 kindly donated by Amribai Velji Lakhamshi Shah & Family
  • Teachers workshop in 2015 at Sathya Sai School, Kajiado.
  • Donation of new school uniforms to 200 students in standard 1 to 7 in 2018
  • Constructed a simple kitchen in 2018
  • Donated school stationery and library books in 2022 and 2023
  • Donated school stationery to each student in 2024

“Play is our brain’s favorite way of learning”. - Diana Ackeman

Kwa Mboo donation of stationery

Donated school stationery to each student in 2024

4 New Classrooms at Kwa Mboo Primary School (1)_edited

Constructed 4 new and renovated 5 existing classrooms making them conducive for learning


Old cattle dip being used for classrooms were transformed into classrooms

Children having uji

Feeding program started in 2016 continues to positively impact the students


Zebra taking a walkabout of his old hangout at the cattle dip

Kwa Mboo – Feeding Program3

For some, this is the only meal of the day


Students enjoy library lessons two days a week and this has improved reading habits


Fully functional library with books to aid learning particularly improve English


Upgraded playground where young students enjoy recreational time


Much needed shade from the scorching mid-day sun


Students receive mathematical sets


Desk to enhance learning in the classroom