We’re happy to share with you another school project that has just been completed this month: three new classrooms for Rwemishasha B Primary School in Bukoba, Tanzania.
The school is attended by 1,351 pupils (686 girls and 665 boys) with only 8 classrooms available for use until now. This meant that technically each of the 169 pupils had to share one classroom, which led to many classes taking place outside. Not only was this an inadequate learning environment, but also unacceptable and nearly impossible during the wet seasons or under overwhelming heat.
With the help of our implementing partner organizations, Jambo Bukoba e.V. (Munich) and Jambo for Development (Bukoba, Tanzania), a brand-new additional school building with three furnished classrooms were built within the last nine months.
The newly built classrooms ensure that more students have a proper learning environment that is also weather-resistant. This will improve the quality of their education significantly.
Many thanks to our private donor, as well as the Tanzanian government and local community for making this possible! We’re looking forward to hearing more about how the students enjoy studying in their new classrooms.