The virus outbreak has put Kenya's education system under severe strain, forcing some schools to take drastic measures to survive the enforced school closures. (Sept. 4)
BEATRICE MAINA: After the schools were closed, it is like everything stopped in the school, because there is no learning going on. But our teachers now, they had to think of something else. So some of them have ventured into other businesses.
And me, as the manager of the school, I ventured into chicken-- into poultry rearing. And that's what I am doing. And I hope even my teachers are still doing something, because life must continue.