Here's an update I got yesterday from the school director Bwambale Robert.
Hope all is okay over there.
I am informing you that we now have total ownership of the KHPS Land and I am attaching a document that was prepared by my lawyer between the seller on one end and myself on behalf of KHPS. The seller also gave me original agreements he possessed that they made with the initial sellers of this property.
Many thanks to all the generous donors and well wishers who stood by our side as we raised the balance we have just paid off today. I salute you all for supporting the school project.But that's not all. Enrolment is up since last year, so it's all the more important to get larger facilities on the new land.
One good news at the school is a registered increase in child enrollment figures now at 346 students from 297 students we had at the close of last year. This I guess has been attributed to our last year's P.7 candidates performance in the final exams where all our children joined secondary school. Ot it could be the existence of several all round educational materials, qualified staff, free computer lessons, our full engagement in games and sports and the school band to mention but a few.So things do seem to be looking up! But at the risk of sounding cliche, there is a lot of work ahead. Now that land has been acquired, new buildings will need to be planned, budgeted for and financed. Great challenges are ahead, indeed.
Here are some scanned copies of the new land agreement which seal the deal for KHPS to move to its new permanent location.