A Canadian donor wants the government to waive import duty on equipment that a firm was bringing into the country to help Laikipia residents.
"If such donations continue to be subjected to import duty, the people of
She was speaking in Nanyuki when she presented 23 computers to facilitate e-learning at the
The organisation also installed software and Internet facilities and donated 8,000 books.
Ms Sutherland said that the gesture was mainly to equip local children with computer skills ahead of rollout of laptops programme in primary schools.
"The computers have been fitted with software which can be used by children who are in pre-unit as well as university students," she said.
Ms Sutherland said that there was a need to equip libraries with e-learning facilities to complement the laptops programme.
The organisation also donated Sh5 million worth of medical equipment to Nanyuki Teaching and
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