Nairobi County seeks private partnerships to improve public education

December 3, 2017 12:22 pm
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“Areas like health, sports and sanitation are important for providing a conducive environment for learning and this can be enhanced through private public partnerships,” she said/CFM NEWS

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 3 – The Nairobi County Government has called on all private stakeholders to join hands with the county administration under the leadership of Governor Mike Sonko in matters education in an effort to improve the state of public education in the city.

Speaking at County Girls High School in Ngara, Nairobi as chief guest during the Ecobank Day – a day the bank sets aside once every year for community service – County Executive Committee member for Education Janet Muthoni said partnership between the private stakeholders and the county was crucial in improving the state of public education in Nairobi.

“Areas like health, sports and sanitation are important for providing a conducive environment for learning and this can be enhanced through private public partnerships,” she said.

In his manifesto and during his maiden speech while taking oath of office, Governor Sonko promised to work closely with the National Government to alleviate the standards of public education in Nairobi where all students will be able to access quality and affordable education.

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