Munyu Primary School Renovation Project

Munyu Primary School, located in Kieni Constituency in Nyeri County, is one of the oldest schools in Kenya. The classrooms dates pre-independence era and are now in advanced stages of structural deterioration posing a risk to learners. The ablution facilities are also in a poor physical condition exposing users to hygiene-related diseases.

The school’s Alumni Community, together with the Rotary Club of Lang’ata (RCL), plans to upgrade the school’s classroom and ablution facilities. This project will be carried out in phases with Phase I expected to cost Kshs. 5,425,753.

Project Objectives

  • Replace old timber classroom blocks with modern masonry buildings;
  • Build, furnish and equip a new library;
  • Purchase of new desks;
  • Install water harvesting structures including collection gutters and tanks; and
  • Build and equip a children’s’ play area.

Project Beneficiaries

Primary School Pupils
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ECD Children
Non-teaching Staff Members

One of the classrooms at Munyu Primary School. The earth floor in most classrooms poses health risk to pupils and teachers due to dust and dampness.


We appeal to individual and corporates to support this initiative, in cash or kind.

Cash donations may be sent through:

For further information about the project, please email or call Rtn. Monicah on +254 722 996 767.