Overnight, more than a million additional children showed up for school last year when Kenya's newly elected government abolished fees that had been prohibitively high for many parents, about $16 a year. Many classrooms are now bulging with the country's most disadvantaged children. The photos have been taken in two schools in Kenya's coastal town of Malindi which has the most crowded schools in the country.The World Bank expects to spend $100 million on education in Kenya over 5 years. September 2004.
Abolition of School Fees, Kenya