This is a very remote village school, with very few facilities.

We visited it for the first time at the end of 2014 at the recommendation of the Zonal Department of Education.

The main problem was a lack of water. 

The school was cut off after failing to pay arrears of nearly US$300 thanks to a building project it had to do for the government, which required water.

However, the government did not have the budget to pay the water bill so the school was cut off.  

Aside from the fact that it meant the school no longer had any toilets, it was a particularly big problem in such a hot country where the children need to be able to drink something during the school day. 

The problem was compounded by the fact that the school is not on the national water line but gets its water supplied by a local village from their well and they do not have the money to subsidise it either.

Fixing this problem was one of our first objectives in 2015. 

We would also like to provide the school with a proper library.