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Mitamysi gets a TV and Whoofer!
07/06/2019
Most of the 140 students at Mitamysi Secondary School are boarders and ....(read more)

More tree planting - even without a secure fence!
03/05/2019
Asako Primary School has begun a tree planting programme even though their ....(read more)

Forest Schools Pilot project gets going at Kaseluni
05/04/2019
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Jarajara - a school on the move!
30/10/2016

TAS investment of a kitchen and girls dormitory in Jarajara Primary School has attracted  more support from elsewhere.  UNICEF has put in a jiko (energy saving stove) in the kitchen and bought 40 bunk beds and 80 mattresses;  CDF has allocated funds for a boys dormitory. Suddenly the school is moving fast!A tree planting project has been hugely successful with groups of children being responsibile for a tree - collecting water from the river to keep it alive.
The next project is a library / resource centre.The local trust chairlady Sahara Aden Hussein said to Gill Marshall-Andrews on a recent visit" I tell the girls in school that 'this is our time'".  Given that this is a very remote school with an entirely Somali population this has to be good news!