Prof. Isaac Sanga Kosgey, the Vice-Chancellor on Friday, 30th April, 2021 commissioned the second phase of the construction at St. Paul’s Kibisi Primary School, Misikhu in Bungoma County. The second phase entails construction of Three (3) Classrooms and an Ablution Block. The project is funded by Moi University-AMPATH through a grant from Boehringer Ingelheim of Five Million Eight Hundred and Seventy one Thousand, Nine Hundred and Forty Five Shillings (Kes 5,871,945).
During his address the Vice-Chancellor stated “Moi University is committed to its discharging its mandate of extension through Corporate Social Responsibility” He further highlighted that in the first phase the University through the partnership received a grant from Boehringer Ingelheim to construct Three (3) Classrooms and an Administration Block at the same school. The project was successfully completed, and officially opened on Friday, 2nd October, 2020.
The University also constructed hand washing points in the School as part of the COVID-19 pandemic mitigation measures.
The Vice- Chancellor was accompanied by Mr. Christopher Khaemba who represented the University Council, Members of the University Management Board, AMPATH Leadership led by Prof. Sylvester Kimaiyo (Chief of Party) and Dr. Jeremiah Laktabai
The Vice-Chancellor and the team thereafter visited Naima Farmers’ Cooperative Society based in Naitiri, Bungoma County which is one of the self-help groups supported by the University through the AMPATH project. During the visit seventeen (17) self-help groups received cheques totaling to Three Hundred Thousand Shillings (Kes, 300,000) as part of the COVID-19 pandemic mitigation measures.