Gundua Secondary School has just completed its Reading Championship, and Ann and Elijah are the best readers
Gundua Primary School posted an improved mean score of 266 marks compared to 250 in 2015 in their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. The target for 2017 is set to 280 marks.
Winnie was the first student to get college sponsorship from Gundua Foundation.
Next year, three more students; Walter, Duncan and James are expected to graduate after the four year's course.
The new-look Gundua School Library. Many thanks to KEYT
Welcome to surf around the site and check out pictures and films. There's also a new film about the Health Centre produced by our sponsor Apotek Hjärtat. A heartfelt thank you to the River team who helped us develop the site.
Nelly Gatwiri joined Maseno University, Kisumu campus and will undertake a Bachelor of Science in Geospatial Information. Peter Kiogora the mathematics Champion in 2015 is now a Bachelor of Science in Education student, also at Maseno University. We wish them all the best in their studies!
The water tank is now installed and filled with water. The solar panels at the school have been mounted and the pumping machine is up and running
David is sponsored by Gundua Foundation and is now pursuing a Degree in Medical Laboratory Science at Maseno University. Currently he is on internship at the Gundua Clinic and also as part of giving back to the community.
The National Athletics Championships were held yesterday. Ian Karanja represented Gundua Secondary School on 800 metres. Ian clocked 2.09.7 in his heat and narrowly missed qualifying for the final. We are very proud of Ian for representing our school and wish him well and success in the future