The Kenya Ministry of Education took over control of the school after the number of enrolled children began to dramatically increase. The school is composed of four main stone buildings and two buildings where toilet facilities are located. The classrooms are equipped with a basic chalkboard and approximately one desk for every three children. The classrooms do not have running water, flooring, adequate lighting, or electricity. As the only primary school within a ten mile radius, the school has an enrollment of 712 students and only 24 faculty members to teach them. Prior to the initiation of the Ndiini School Food Programme, the primary school students did not have any adequate midday meal. From about 7:30 a.m. until the end of the school day, students received no midday meal.