Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja participated in activities with students from AEF Reuben and Kwa Njenga Primary Schools.
He also launched the second phase of the Dishi na County initiative.
The program, which initially benefited 80,000 children in public primary and ECDs during the first phase, has now expanded to reach over 180,000 children.
The second phase extends its reach to an additional 60 schools, bringing the total number of schools covered by the initiative to 106.
“We targeted schools with students from vulnerable families from Eastlands and completed 10 kitchens. Each is producing 10,000 plates of food. Over 180,000 children in public primary and ECDs are benefiting from the Programme and this is an increase from 80,000 in the first phase,” he said.