Remember the school blueprint plans we shared with you in August?
Since then, 25 local workers have been building Gitumba Primary School.
Take a look at what they’ve done!
The school is expected to be complete early 2017.
Which means that when Theresie Mukankusi’s kindergarten class is ready for primary school next year they won’t have to journey to the next village to get there.
It also means that students like Marcelline, who currently walk the long journey to school, won’t have to anymore. They will have access to quality education in their own village.
Thank you to all those who made this project possible!
We’d like to send out a very special thank you to our field photographer Geoff Bartlett. Geoff was in Rwanda for alternative work but he made a special trip to Gitumba to capture all these beautiful photos and report on the progress.