A new classroom at EAPC School in Samburu has been built by the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) as part of their Community Engagement Programme.
The initiative includes projects such as this in which BATUK works with partners to support Education in the County.
Peter Barton, BATUK’s Head of Community Engagement performed the opening ceremony in front of over 200 members of the local community and key partners, including representatives from the Samburu County Government and Losetia Group Ranch (LGR).
Local school children even treated the crowd to a rendition of the National anthem.
Other recent examples of BATUK assisting the local community include helping Habitat for Humanity make sustainable bricks, installing a 10k litre tank for the Simama Project in Nanyuki, worked to clear the Arijiju Dispensary of bats and termites, as well as volunteering at Tanzania’s Neema Village and the Baraka Orphanage.
BATUK is a permanent training support unit based mainly in Nanyuki, 200 km north of Nairobi, consisting of around 100 permanent staff and reinforcing short tour cohort of another 280 personnel.