eTransformation Event, Norfolk Hotel Nairobi 20th April 2001
Present: 72 CEOs, 24 School Head Teachers, 2 Ministers and 38 Dignitaries. Event comprehensively covered by Kenyan and international media.
List of schools present during the eTransformation event of the 20th April 2001 and which received computer donations:

Nyanza Province
Homa Bay Boys 0385-22593/22209
Ogande Girls School 035-62053
Maranda Boys School 0335-20015
Sawagongo Boys School

Western Province
Kakamega High School 0331-20345
Butere Girls School 0333-20014
Mundika High School 0336-22073
Nambale High School 0376-24046

Coast Province
Alidina Visram Msa. 011-316905
Mbeheni School

Eastern Province
Mau Mau Mem. School 0124-2034 (Hola)
St. Cyprian High School 0164-46050
Kiiungu Sec. School 0144-22010
Makoko Sec School 0150-22443
Mwingi Sec School 0142-22060

Central Province
Alliance High School 0154-32026/7
Limuru Girls School 0154-73212/73167/73065
Nyeri High Schoo 0171-2561

Rift Valley Province
Kapropita Girls School 0328-22031
Kapsabet Boys School 0326-2007

From Top Left To Right

(1) Niki Flandorfer, Mr. Ndegwa, Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka (Then Minister for Education - Now Tourism).

(2) Sarah Elderkin (Joof), School HM, Dr. Akinyi Wenwa (University of Nairobi), Niki Flandorfer, Najib Balala (Former Mayor Mombasa and Chairman of National ECommerce Initiative), Hon Kalonzo Musyoka (Minister For Education), Dr. Peter Gloor (European eBusiness Practice Leader, Deloitte Touche Consulting Group), Hon. Raila Odinga (Minister For Energy).

(3) Tom Ojanga, Najib Balala (National eCommerce Initiative) & Executives of Biashara Bank

(4) Professor Wasawo (University of Nairobi - seated) and Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka, Minister For Education)

(5) Najib Balala, Tom Ojanga and Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka presenting computers to Headmistress Mbeheni School

(6) & (7) Dr. Peter Gloor and Hon Kalonzo Musyoka (Minister For Education) presenting computers to Headmaster Alliance High School. Looking on is Tom Ojanga.

(8) Hon. Raila Odinga (Minister For Energy), Hussein Ratib, Najib Balala and Tom Ojanga (partly hidden) presenting computers

(9) An Headmaster receives computers from Minister For Education