Kyandulu primary school

West kimbezi – kenya

In a heartfelt tribute to her late husband, Cyndy Thomas decided to leave a legacy of hope by rebuilding Kyandulu Primary School located in Makindu Subcountry in Kibwezi West, Kenya, benefiting 511 students. The school was built in 1994, and its conditions have severely deteriorated over the years.

This village has a population of over 12,000 residents. Women make up a significant portion of the population, with teenage girls being the predominant group. Many households face a lack of employment opportunities, relying on subsistence farming as their primary source of income, which has been adversely impacted by prolonged drought. The majority of these families struggle to survive on less than a dollar per day.

The project is budgeted at $24,621 and we are immensely grateful for the generosity of Mrs. Thomas for sponsoring this meaningful project. The cost covers the renovating nine classrooms by adding concrete floors, tiling, replastering, and painting; replacing the rusty and leaky roof, along with installing doors & windows; refurbishing or replacing classroom furniture; renovating 16 existing boy and girl restrooms and constructing six additional toilets for boys to comply with the Ministry of Education guidelines based on student numbers.

Through her selfless act of kindness, Cyndy is not only creating a lasting impact on the community but also instilled a sense of hope and possibility for generations to come. Her dedication to building a brighter future serves as a beacon of light, inspiring others to believe in the power of compassion and the enduring legacy of love. The new school is expected to complete by the end of July 2024.


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