On Tuesday, 21 March, out Habitat team took 30 minutes to visit the village’s primary school to meet many of the children and drop off school supplies. I wasn’t comfortable taking and posting pictures of the children, but here are some shots of the school, including two filtered water facilities that have recently been installed by other international NGOs.

The school is free, though uniforms are required and supplies are severely lacking. The school works with children aged 6 to 12, with classes held three hours per day, split into three different classrooms.

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