In a recent development, the Governor of Mandera County met with Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) field officers from six sub-counties, including Mandera East, Arabia, Lafey, Khalalio, Ashabitto, and Mandera North. The meeting highlighted the administration’s dedication to improving education, a top priority for the county’s leadership.
The Governor’s administration has made noteworthy progress in the ECDE department, evidenced by the recruitment of 440 additional teachers. This significant increase in teaching staff is expected to greatly enhance the quality of education and learning experiences for young students across the county.
In addition to the bolstered staffing, Mandera County has implemented a school feeding program, recognizing the vital role of nutrition in the learning process. This program aims to improve attendance and concentration among students, thereby enhancing their overall educational experience.
Furthermore, the provision of essential teaching and learning materials has been a key focus. The county government understands that these resources are crucial for effective teaching and learning, and their availability is fundamental to the success of educational programs.
The meeting underscored the county government’s unwavering commitment to supporting education programs, in line with the promises made in their manifesto. The administration is determined to create an environment that is conducive to learning and development, recognizing that education is the cornerstone of future growth and prosperity in Mandera County.
This comprehensive approach to improving ECDE in Mandera County reflects the administration’s recognition of the importance of early childhood education in laying the foundation for lifelong learning and success.