In Kisumu, the third most populated city in Kenya, pupils and teachers in the Angira school could not wait a second more: walls were crumbling, classrooms were on the verge of collapsing. The school was built in 1947 and had an urgent need for refurbishment. The most populated classrooms sometimes used to receive up to 90 pupils! The Angira School is one of the five public schools in Kisumu which benefit from an urban reconstruction program, backed by AFD. Teachers now work in a safer and more appropriate environment: toilets, walls, boards, chairs, everything has been restored. The pupils have their own desk in order to study in the right conditions.
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