Kenya Pipeline Company has invested Ksh.5 million through its Foundation in constructing a science complex for over 420 students at Alliance Girls’ High School in Kiambu County.
The initiative, in partnership with Oil Marketing Companies, aims to construct eight science laboratories, providing world-class facilities for students.
“We are dedicated to enhancing education and fostering growth within our community. We recognise the pivotal role that educational institutions play in shaping the future. We believe that an investment in knowledge pays the best interest. Through this investment, we seek to promote inclusive learning by addressing community needs and working with partners to empower parents and learners,” said Irene Wachira, Trustee, KPC Foundation.
Alliance Girls’ High School Principal Jedidah Mwangi said the school is constructing a state-of-the-art science complex, thanks to partners Kenya Pipeline Foundation and OMCs
“We are grateful for our partners, Kenya Pipeline Foundation, and the Oil Marketing Companies for generously answering to our call. We are constructing a state-of-the-art science complex that will not only serve our students but scholars from across the Country,” said Mrs. Mwangi.
The Foundation has invested Kshs. 2.5Million in the construction of an Ablution block at Uthiru Primary School and an administration block and classroom renovation at Nachu Primary School in Kiambu County.
KPC Foundation has invested over Kshs. 172 million since 2016 in education services, including infrastructure and equipment construction of 8 laboratories in schools across various counties.
The Foundation supports education initiatives, including INUKA scholarship program, which has benefited over 650 disabled children in 47 Kenyan counties.
The scholarship program has helped 94 students in Kiambu County adopt, costing over Kshs. 60 million annually, covering school fees, basic needs, mentoring, psychosocial support, and leadership development.