All Stakeholders Need to Prepare Early For A Nationwide Recovery

It will be 2021 soon. The COVID-19 has had its toll on all sectors of the country and governance including: education, health and housing. Many have had to live on handouts while others have had to settle in their kids at home with a computer and internet connection. It is the latter that has inspired us to participate in educational recovery for our country.

An early preparation to repair the damage of the COVID-19 to the education system is a smart move.

Some leaders have already been doing this and we are happy to be aboard their train of repairing the system. They have demonstrated their contribution to the education sector on the premise that all learning is currently being done online.

We are happy to be working towards the same goals that higher leaders are in pursuit of.

Through this indulgence, we are confident that 2021 will be a great year that will see a change in the education sector of the system. Alongside this will be a positive energy channeled towards a swift improvement of the economy and health sector.

“The big five pillars of the state must be addressed in times of crisis. These are education, health, employment, the economy and the citizen’s lifestyle”.

Henry’s Care Initiative Quotes

We have started with education and soon we shall head to the other four pillars of our great country, Kenya. All of us must participate in the improvement of our systems and institution in respect to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Together we always can.

We are actively working with stakeholders to address several matters of governance including education.

If you wish to be an active participant, you can follow our dedicated site and make your stand through a donate pledge or just leave us a message and we shall be glad. Support is support no matter how little. We are happy to have you interested in our quest to make 2021 a better year and better year, have us represent Ndhiwa in 2022.

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Published by Lavine Les Mots

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you". "Fais-moi ce que tu veux que je te fasse"

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