…. By the parents and leaders/teachers:
“Hey Han’s how is the year? For us we are quite okey and well progressing. God is good we have cemented all the classes.” Mrs Mwaura
Much greetings from Mrs Mwaura and her family +Others from Launica Staffs, pupils and group members. All added 700 KSH each for the project of putting in concrete floor in all the classrooms. There were 86 parents and 13 members of the Mai Ini Women group so all together we were 99 people.
700 x 999 = 69,300 KSH
Below is how they spent it
1 1/2 lorries of sand -13,700
30 bags of cement 30 x 730 = 21,900
6 lorries of Hardcore 6 x 2000= 12,000
25 littres of paint 124 x 25 = 3,100
2 meshwire 2 x 350 = 700
2 brush x x 110 = 220
Labour 6 days x 7 workers 450 each = 16,800
Sub total is 68,470/=
So when you deduct 69,300 – 68,420 = 880 KSH which was used as transport .
Mrs Mwaura writes: “I have attached the receipt of all the materials except for labour. Also I have sent a photo of new Launica now cemented and painted. Still we are working very hard to look for other donors who can assist us, like British Embassy and they have request us to take a list of text books which we would like and we are hoping for positive answer soon. Still we have talk with our MP area and promise us that he will give us the report. Therefore I will update to you whether we have succeeded.”
Mrs Mwaura has total five children, just like my Pappa Hans family. The oldest (Andrew) is at University now, second (Nyaga) in High school. They got charitable trusts who assisted her with half of their school fees each term. “I thank God for that.” The other two girls are still in Launica centre Purity, class four and Charity, class two. The youngest is 28 months and has problem with speach and walking due to medical treatment during pregnancy. Donors out there: Feel free to show any charitable deed towards this family especially. Mrs Mwaura is a stalwarth rock for La Unica future, supporting her means supporting the whole of La Unica Child care Centre with more than 200 children enrolled.
“I wish you all the best in your future together with your family and any other person who think about Launica Centre Greet them all hoping to hear more from that side. ” Mrs Mwaura
NB FOR THE TWO PHOTOS
1. LAUNICA Pupils together with all teachers at Parade holding Mr. Hans cards of
encouragement. to “unlock their potential” “Nice present, warmly well received for the cards the pupils hang them on their pullovers they feel very proud with them. Bravo to your wife.” Mrs Mwaura