Completed : Mwisho Wa Shamba Primary School – 2 New Classrooms, Teachers Office and Water Catchment System

About the Project

Currently, there are only 7 useable classrooms for the 895 students, resulting in overcrowding in each classroom. This can decrease the teacher’s ability to interact with their students and hinder the students from learning to the best of their ability. For example, the ECD class and Class 1 share a classroom that means there are over 85 students being taught in one classroom. The average class size in Tanzania is 70 students per teacher which is 2.5 times higher than the UN’s sustainable development goal of 28 students per instructor. Additionally, the teachers need an office where they can store teaching materials, plan lessons and collaborate with each other.

Photos

The Completed 2 Classrooms and Teachers Office

Rain Catchment Finished

Signage on the Classrooms

Interior and exterior painting has started

Painting in Progress

Construction well underway

Roofing in Progress

Roofing in progress

Walls have gone up

Foundation work has started

Stones have been delivered

The old overcrowded classroom

The old classrooms

The old classroom interior

The old classroom exterior

Quick Facts

Cost: $35,000
Location: Korogwe Rural District
Start Date: February 2020
Completion date: April 2020
Project Manager: Rama Kaoneka

Major Donors

Cathy Roozen

Partner Donors