The County Government of Narok has confirmed 843 Early Childhood Development (ECDE) teachers on a permanent and pensionable basis.
The teachers had been employed on a three year-contract that would be Ann SalatonEarly Childhood Development (ECDE)Narok GovernorSamuel Ole TunaiVivian Hassan Read on
The Japanese Government has donated education infrastructure worth Sh.8.62 million to Ntoluo Primary School in Trans Mara West, Narok County to help improve education in the area.
Speaking at Ntoluo Primary donationsHorie RyoichiJapanese Ambassador to KenyaNarok GovernorNtoluo Primary School in Moita LocationSamuel Ole Tunai Read on
The Ministry of Water and Sanitation is keen to complete water projects that were initiated by previous regimes with the aim of increasing water supply from the current 60 percent CS Water and Sanitationdam projectsKen KilokuLelongo dam in Narok EastNarok county governorNarok East Member of Parliamentrevive water damsSamuel Ole TunaiSimon Chelugui Read on
The Narok Governor, Samuel Ole Tunai has insisted that counties require more resources to spur development and create jobs.
Tunai said development in the counties cannot be achieved without adequate funding Allocate more resourcesfunds driveKenegut Primary School in Ainamoi Constituencymore resources to spur developmentNarok GovernorSamuel Ole Tunai Read on