New Partnership: Mshikamono Primary School
Mshikamono Primary School is a government school located in the rural village of Marurani, Arusha.
This school is extremely rural and has no access to fresh drinking water, no electricity and no public transport. The government started building classrooms at the school but have left these unfinished and students are being taught in potentially dangerous conditions.
The local community are 90% Massai Tribe, living in mud huts and sole occupation is tending to their cattle. The community are desperate for their children to have an education to escape extreme poverty.
Our Impact by 2023:
In February 2019, we agreed to partner with Maweni Primary school and
have set out the targets below to improve the students education:
Let Us Learn:
Repair existing classrooms
Build additional classrooms
Build kitchen and dining room facilities
Water Is Life:
Install as many rain water having units as possible with a target of storing enough rain water for year round use
Build additional toilet facilities
Install 10 hand washing stations
Provide a girls menstruation programme
Clean Light Energy
Provide solar lamps to students to complete homework outside of school where they have no electricity