Opportunity bank has donated hand washing facilities to schools with candidate classes.
While handing over the donation, the executive director, opportunity bank, Robert Ongodia, promised continued support to schools across the country in order to contain the spread of the pandemic.
Headteachers of some of the beneficiary schools used this ocassion to urge government to distribute the masks pledged candidate schools.
As schools open for candidate classes, opportunity bank has donated hand washing facilities to schools to prevent the spread of covid-19 amongst students.
while handing over water tanks to head teachers of some of the beneficiary schools, the executive director, opportunity bank, Robert Ongodia, said schools need to be supported in order to prevent spread of the pandemic.
A symbolic gesture for a life-saving initiative.
Robert Ongodia, the chief executive Officer, opportunity bank believes embracing hand washing by students can go along way in curbing spread of Covid-19 among learners.
Opportunity bank has also come up with measures that safeguard lives of its customers, especially during banking where physical interaction occurs.
Also present at this event was Africa director, opportunity international, Emmanuel Tineyi, who says access to clean water helps in keeping children in schools.
Head teachers of schools that have benefited in this project have urged government to fulfill the pledge of distributing face masks to schools.
This project cost more than eighty million shilling, and is expected to benefit more than one thousand schools country wide.