Napara Primary School
Napara Primary school was started in 1952. It is located about 450km west of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. It is also 22km from Malaba town, the transborder town along Uganda and Kenya boundaries. By close of the year 2020, the school had a population of 1113 pupils. It is a boys and girls day school with 568 and 545 boys and girls respectively. The school is managed by the principal Mr Ernest and a school committee comprising teachers and parent representatives. The school is facing several infrastructure challenges. The school has a few old and dilapidated pit latrines which need to be replaced with modern toilets. The poor teenage girls in the school do not have enough sanitary towels and sometimes fail to go to school when they have their period.