Monday, 3 July 2017

PHOTOS: KECOBO nurtures creativity among mentally handicapped children

Kenya Copyright Board was involved in a CSR activity where it donated materials to a school for the mentally handicapped children which are aimed at nurturing their creativity in music, Fashion and art.
 Kenya Copyright Board’s Finance Manager Mr Fred Mutuku (left) hands over a bale of maize flour to the principal of Friends Kaimosi School for the Mentally Handicapped Children Mr Arthur Injenga and the senior teacher in charge of boarding. Looking on is Ms Mary Luvayo of KECOBO.
 Kenya Copyright Board’s Finance Manager Mr Fred Mutuku (left) and Mary Luvayo of KECOBO hands over guitars and other items donated by the Board to the principal of Friends Kaimosi School for the Mentally Handicapped Children Mr Arthur Injenga (right) and the senior teacher in charge of boarding as students celebrate.
 Kenya Copyright Board’s Finance Manager Mr Fred Mutuku assists Saulo Ondari a student at Friends Kaimosi School for the Mentally Handicapped Children with a guitar which was donated by the board to the school as other children and teachers sing along.
 The principal of Friends Kaimosi School for the Mentally Handicapped Children Mr Arthur Injenga (right) and his pupils try their hands in playing guitars, drums and other percussion instruments donated by Kenya Copyright Board towards nurturing students talents as part of the Board’s Corporate Social Responsibility.
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