Success stories: The Blind Guide and Submersible Water Pump projects at Maranda High School

Maranda High School students have once again demonstrated their commitment to innovation and excellence by winning top prizes in the most innovative category of the National Science and Engineering Fair held at Kisumu Boys' high school. Micaiah Nzue and Joash Odhiambo emerged winners in the Technology and Applied Technology category for their project "Blind Guide", which helps visually impaired people navigate their surroundings using ultrasonic sensors.


In the same category, Obed Kipngeno and Kigen Kipyegon's "Submersible Water Pump" took third place. The pump is designed to provide an affordable and energy-efficient solution for farmers who rely on irrigation to grow their crops.


The competition attracted entries from various schools and institutions, making the wins by Maranda High School students even more impressive. The school has a reputation for producing exceptional students in various fields, including science and technology.


The wins are a testament to the quality of education and support that Maranda High School provides to its students. The school's commitment to fostering innovation and excellence is evident in the success of its students in various competitions.