As part of their efforts to enhance knowledge and learning, Two Rivers Development Ltd, ICDC and Catic Kenya in collaboration with Nairobi City County, are undertaking a massive CSI project to rebuild Mathari Old Primary School. The project will see over 700 children access a better learning environment.
Old Mathari Primary School is scheduled to receive a tuition block with 36 new classrooms, a fully stocked library, administration offices & staff rooms, computer labs, Art labs, a social hall, a dining area, a kitchen, washroom facilities and sports & recreational facilities at the end of construction. To mark the beginning of construction, Two Rivers held a ground breaking ceremony on the 2nd of December 2014 at the school grounds. In attendance were Governor of Nairobi, Dr. Evans Kidero and other Nairobi county government officials; Centum CEO Mr. James Mworia and Centum Board Director Dr. Chris Kirubi among other officials.
At the ceremony, Mr. Mworia said that Centum’s success is mostly attributable to their talented human resource that helps them maintain agility; a critical characteristic in a dynamic and competitive environment emphasizing on the importance of quality education. Consequently, Centum’s Two Rivers saw it necessary to invest in the education of the leaders of tomorrow.