Original Title: Helping the Chinese Embassy in Kenya to Donate Food to Impoverished Children in Kenya Source: CCTV News Client
On the morning of September 14, local time, the Chinese Embassy in Kenya donated a batch of food worth 670,000 Kenyan shillings (approximately RMB 40,000) to Msedo Beijing School.
This batch of food mainly includes cane sugar, rice, wheat flour, corn flour, etc., which are needed by the locals in daily life. The food can guarantee free breakfast and lunch for 512 students in the school for one semester.
Msedo Beijing School is located in the second largest slum “Masare” area in the urban area of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. It was built with a donation from the Chinese Embassy in Kenya in 2007. It specifically enrolls children from poor families in the slum, except for the exemption of tuition. In addition, free lunches are provided to students all year round.
At the ceremony of the day, China Road and Bridge, the chairman of the Kenya-China Economic and Trade Association, also donated more than 120,000 Kenyan shillings (about 7,000 yuan) of epidemic prevention materials to the school. This is the fourth time that the Kenya-China Economic and Trade Association has since the epidemic. Donated to Beijing schools with a total donation of over 1.2 million Kenyan shillings (approximately RMB 70,000). (Headquarters reporter Tian Chaoying)
(Edit Zhang Wenjun)