On Friday afternoon, under blue skies, and with various dignitaries in attendance, including CoKF Founder Ken Okoth, The Red Rose School and Children of Kibera Foundation officially opened the new classrooms for classes 4,5, and 6.
The classrooms were built through the efforts of various members of the community, as well as volunteers from the USA. The festivities marked the continued expansion of The Red Rose School, as there is now space for
future classes 7 and 8, so students will be able to complete their primary education at Red Rose.
The new space also provides the Children of Kibera Foundation with much needed office space, as the organization continues to grow and expand. There is also a new library, which will be shared between Red Rose and the Children of Kibera Scholars, along with many volumes the library also has laptops for student use.
The ceremonies included dances, songs, and poems performed by each class, as well as speeches from various members of the community about the importance of education and continuing to support these students. The students and teachers of Red Rose, along with the staff at the Children of Kibera Foundation would like to thank all of those who made the new addition possible, it is greatly appreciated.