Giving back to local communities has been a commitment of Davis & Shirtliff since its founding in 1946...

While the African continent seems to have been spared from the worst of the pandemic, it joins the world in a cautiously optimistic walk into the New Year. In this spirit, Kenya too has relaxed some of its COVID restrictions and opened its schools to all learners, in an effort to return to ‘pre-corona’ normalcy.

There are more than 15 million pupils enrolled in both primary and secondary schools in the country. In its continued committed response to the pandemic, the Davis and Shirtliff #ImprovingLives program has donated hand washing stations to Esamba Dok Primary School, located in Kisii County, Kenya. The school has 480 learners enrolled, whose health and well-being is now a responsibility shared by the school. Proper sanitation remains at the forefront of this long running war with the virus. The commissioning ceremony was attended by the Davis and Shirtliff Kisii team, led by Branch Manager Denis Miranyi.