Development Assistance for Rural Education

supporting community education among pastoralist groups in northern Kenya

Olng’arua School News

Coming to school

Arrive at school at 7.30am, the light is beautiful and the day is still cool. . Get your temperature checked at the gate before entering the school. . Wash your hands when you arrive, we want to keep the school free of the coronavirus, plus clean hands are just nice. . Remember to bring a …

Daring News

Locusts at Olng’arua School

Locusts swarms have been causing destruction across much of Northern Kenya for several months now. So far we have been lucky, they have passed by us to the north, and south, but not landed on or near the school. That all changed 3 days ago. Reports are that the newly hatched swarms coming out of …

Crowned Cranes

Due to habitat loss the once abundant grey crowned cranes of East Africa are on the decline. Our marsh area was a typical example. It used to be a great breeding habitat for the crowned crane but as it dried up and was heavily grazed the crown cranes were left without a suitable breeding habitat. …

Olng’arua Photo Journal