Counties in the Arid and Semi-Arid areas (ASAL Areas) of Kenya are currently facing drought and famine. The major cause of the current draught that has affected the country is as a result of low rainfall received in the country since last year. Effects of prolonged dry season are already being experienced which include lack of food and water for people in various counties.
The teachers across the country do toil in order to make the students have future prosperous life.This do see majority of them teach the students from their hearts in order to help them achieve their best in schools. On the other hand,the teachers' employer do remunerate them as per their duties.These remunerations are majorly in terms of Salaries that each single teacher gets every month.The salaries are besides other forms of appreciations that the teachers have been getting from the Commission.
Garissa county senator Abdul Hajji has shared photos of the leaders who shared attended the meeting convened by the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday. From the photos, different leaders can be seen inside one of the meeting areas among the many offices that His Excellency the Head of State has in State House.
As the countdown to next year’s General Election starts in IEBC should review voter education curriculum, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) as a matter of concern should review voter education curriculum with emphasis put on political rights, political parties and, more crucially, leadership and good governance.
Barely a day after the president declared drought a national disaster in the Arid and Semi Arid regions, the region has has a very huge relief. The areas have experienced a very heavy down pour that could likely act as a saviour in the ongoing droughts. Photo courtesy:
Over and over,the Ministry of Education has been vigilant on the welfare of the learners in schools.The Government pays school fees for them through the capitation fees.Besides that,the Government ensures that they remain safe in schools and even look for those who fail to make it back to schools during the opening of schools.
Photo Credit: Facebook The deputy President William Ruto has been delt huge blow after ASAL leaders revealed to scheme plans to lock out him in Northern Eastern region. According to The Star Publication the Arid and Semi-Arid Leaders (ASAL) agreed to drum support behind president Uhuru Kenyatta, OKA and handshakes.
The government declared drought ravaging parts of the country a national disaster following a meeting between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the leaders of Kenya's Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) on Wednesday . President Kenyatta asked the National Treasury and the national government's Ministry of Interior and Coordination to lead the mitigation actions.
User Counties in Arid and Semi-arid lands (ASAL) have been challenged to implement sustainable irrigation farming as a permanent solution to the recurring hunger problem caused by drought. United Green Movement (UGM) Co-Party leader Agostinho Neto also asked the concerned county governments as well as the central government to consider tapping the available resources, including permanent rivers and lakes found within such counties to permanently solve the problem of acute water shortage.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday reshuffled his cabinet in a move that saw some cabinet secretaries taken to less lucrative portfolios. Among those affected included the deputy president William Ruto's allies from the rift valley. Although the changes were seen as a way of settling scores by the president following his fallout with Ruto, others may view them as a move to to increase efficient Service delivery.
A segment of educators is set to lose part of their pay rates as TSC changes their payslips. Educators from Nyandarua district, Murang'a, Kandara, and Kigumo sub-provinces are set to get changed pay rates that will see them miss a huge number of shillings from their payslips after quite a while.
The Instructors Administration Commission (TSC) will defer installment for difficulty remittance in a portion of the as of late recorded regions. Difficulty allowance was acquainted as motivation with educators and other public officials working in far-off regions to make up for the absence of conveniences, framework, and a difficult climate.
Kenyans have overwhelmingly elicited mixed reactions after president Uhuru Kenyatta's official communication team sent out a message on Sunday morning through State House. In the message that has seen some Kenyans celebrate the Head of State, it has been established that the president is committed to empowering small holder farmers in order to have a sustainable food security in the country.
Fresh Cabinet changes made by President Uhuru Kenyatta in his last year as the Head of State have today been announced. (Photo, Courtesy) The fresh cabinet changes in the reshuffle has affected Cabinet Secretary Eugine Wamalwa who was in the Devolution docket, Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter who was in Energy docket and Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma who was in Defence.
Following the closure of schools after third term, all schools are expected to officially reopen for term 1 which is set to begin on 26th of July 2021. According to parents, the ten days meant for students holiday is not enough for them to get school fees for their sons and daughters.
The Education CS Dr George Magoha has today announced a new reduction in the secondary school fees due to the short nature of the next term 2021 school calendar. According to Him the National schools will have pay KSh8,500 less while the Extra-County and County schools will pay KSh5,500 less.
Magoha Announces fees reduction for secondary schools. Here is the breakdown of the fees. Education Cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha has announced a reduction in secondary school fees due to the short nature of the 2021 academic school calendar. School Principals both public and private are expected to abide by the new school fees with immediate effect.
Parents all over the country have been panicking amid the short notice on new terms for secondary school while the Covid 19 Pandemic wores on.However finally there is some good news at the end of the turnel. Prof George Magoha, the CS for Education has gone ahead to announce a reduction in school fees for secondary schools.This is after considerations of how short the notice for the 2021 school calendar has been.
Education CS, George Magoha has reported a decrease in secondary school charges because of the short idea of the 2021 school schedule. Public national schools will pay Sh8,500 less while Extra-County and County schools will pay Sh5,500 less. Whenever executed, the order will mean National Schools will presently pay Sh45,054 while the Extra County and County schools will pay Sh35,035, announced CS Prof George Magoha during the dispatch of the Elimu grant for 9,000 KCPE up-and-comers from ASAL and minimized regions at KICD on July 22, 2021.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has announced new amount of fees to be paid for the public Secondary Schools. Talking during the dispatch of government's Elimu Secondary School Scholarship Program, Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha said that public schools will be charged shillings 8,500 less, while Extra-County and County schools would be charged shillings 5,500 less the normal school fees.