Q1. Is there public transportation from Kibera to the new site in the school?
No. Students have to walk up to 2 km to the school. The only roads available would be a roundabout journey of around 12 km.
Q2. Why doesn’t the Kenya government assist the school?
The government policy is that either one is a private institution or a public school. If one is a public school, the government will appoint a teacher to head the school and a board of governors with no attachment to the ideals of the Christian Life Community (CLC), the organization that sponsors St. Al’s. Hence, the enrollment and consideration of Kibera students will be diluted or overlooked. In short, the institution will be run down since CLC will have no voice in the affairs of the school.