The development of this school in the area over the last few years has been a huge benefit to this very rural community. The parents of the children are very enthusiastic about the new building which has been provided. Shared Hope had no part in financing the construction of the building but is committed to helping with the financing of the revenue costs which would include teachers’ salaries, books, uniforms etc. The people are very poor but have caught the vision which the benefits of education will bring to their community. There are nine teachers who span the different grades from preschool up to primary 5. It is expected that the present number of children attending which is around 140, will significantly increase when construction work is completed.
The leaders in this community have a real vision to transform the quality of life experienced by those who live there.