The original school in Laja, Tanzania was in such dangerous disrepair that students and teachers did not want to attend. It was falling apart and infested with snakes so the teachers did not want to risk working and the children were forced to walk up to 12km to reach an alternative school.

In 2016, we decided to rehabilitate the school, making it a safe place to learn. Upon completion the numbers of staff and teachers began increasing and the school is once again a safe bustling environment for nearly 400 students in Tanzania.