The equipment included balls for various ball games, sportswear, sticks, bats, clubs nets and goals, at her Jogoo House officer yesterday.
The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Ambassador Amina Mohamed formally received the equipment on behalf of the three Counties at her Jogoo House yesterday. She was flanked by the
Chairman Chief Executive Officer of The National Council for Nomadic Education in Kenya (NACONEK), Chris Galgalo and nominated Senator, who is also the Secretary-General of KNUT, Mr. Wilson Sossion.
She said the support Aga Khan Foundation had given will help close the gap between the Counties in Arid and Semin Arid (ASAL) regions and the rest of the country.
“It will advance the national agenda of ensuring equity in education and training,” Ambassador Mohamed noted.