Girls schools in the pastoralists dominated Narok county

Girls schools in the pastoralists dominated Narok county are continuing to celebrate their 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary School (KCPE) results as they performed better than the boys.

At Mara Girls center in Talek area in Narok West Sub County, it was a moment of celebrations as the girls, who are rescued from early marriages and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) managed to score a mean grate of 393 marks.

The school head teacher Ms. Moureen Atieno said out of the 15 girls who sat for the examination, 13 girls scored over 380 marks that qualifies them to join National school.

She said the school has donors who help in giving revision materials, geometrical sets and other learning materials that help the learners to do their revision at ease.

Ms. Otieno observed that the girls in the school are those rescued from being married off and from FGM and their school fees is fully paid by the donors.

Ms. Mary TImanoi who scored 401 marks said she wants to join Kenya High school and later become a journalist so that she can eloquently advocate for the rights of girls.

Ms. Barbs Mackraz, one of the donors to the school said she got in touch with the school in 2017 and realized the passion the girls had in reading.

Since then, she has been bringing them reading materials and helped in stocking their library with all sorts of relevant reading materials.

She reiterated that she is sponsoring three girls in high school and will continue doing so to the most needy girls. can.

Amos Kipeni, the former manager of the school lauded the girls for good performance despite the challenges they faced before coming to the school.

He called on the Maasai parents to educate their girls as they too can make it to be engineers, doctors, lawyers, teachers among others.