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Each ward gets Ksh 2.5 million in new Bursary scheme

Governor Gladys Wanga kicked off the Bursary Distribution Exercise in Gem East, Gem West, Kagan, and Kochia Wards today, providing much-needed support and resources to local students.
This exercise is aimed at investing in education and empowering students to see the world through new eyes and realize their endless potential.
Speaking to students while she took part in the first day of the exercise, the county chief was pleased to see the positive impact it is having on the community.
“With education being a key factor in personal and societal development, this bursary distribution exercise is a step in the right direction for the county and its future,” She said.
The Kshs. 100 Million Bursary Fund is administered as per the Homa Bay County Education Bursary Fund Act, 2015, the cabinet having approved Kshs. 2.5 million for every ward with each student awarded Kshs. 5,000.
The bursary distribution exercise, which is being held in at local schools and educational institutions, is providing financial assistance to students from low-income families.
“This fund will help to alleviate the financial burden on these families and enable their children to pursue their education without any hindrance,” Wanga added.
During her visit, Governor Wanga met with students and their families, and she was delighted to hear their stories of how the bursary will impact their lives.
Many students expressed their gratitude for the financial assistance, saying that it had made it possible for them to continue their studies and pursue their dreams.
The Governor emphasized that education is the key to unlocking one’s potential and creating opportunities for a better future.
She encouraged students to take advantage of the resources available to them and to work hard to achieve their goals.
The bursary distribution exercise will head to other wards in the coming days and is expected to benefit hundreds of students in the Gem East, Gem West, Kagan, and Kochia Wards.
The Governor has promised that this is just the start and more will be done to support and empower the students in the community.
County Education executive, Martin Opere, said his department is determined to ensure that education remains accessible and affordable to all, and that this bursary distribution exercise is a step in that direction.

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