Kitabi Girls’ Primary School

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Kitabi Girls’ Primary School was founded in 1998 as a nursery school by Sr. Mary Francis Kurungi. The school provides classes from nursery to P7 with 574 students and 25 teachers. Of theses, 220 are boarders.

Kitabi Girls’ Primary School is a private school with seven permanent classrooms and five under construction. Costs range from 30,100 shillings (almost $19) to 45,000 shillings ($28) per student per term, with boarders paying 101,000 shillings ($63) per term. In addition to these fees, the school receives some support from donors and 1,417,000 shillings ($885) in government funding.

[related_posts]Challenges include a lack of potable water, staff quarters, an administration block, a school truck and equipment for the nursery section. The school seeks to upgrade its technology in order to enhance the learning experience for the students.

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