|Water well for the school, there is a lock on the tap so it can not be used after school hours|
|One of the school building. the school had about 4 separate building placed in a horseshoe patten. The grounds were pretty clean considering there was a lot of pollution in the town. It was obvious the school took pride in their school grounds|
|The students toilets. One side for the girls and the other side for the boys. There were no doors on these stalls.|
|Wide view of the school yard|
|Outside each of the building were science pictures which were labeled with English and Swahili words. This one was of the heart. Many of the classrooms we saw had broken windows or doors. Up to 50 or 70 children would be in one class.|
|School play yard|
|I loved this sign:)!!|
It was very interesting to see what a Tanzanian school looked like and it was shocking to know my 2 children had more supplies in our home than the whole school with a population of 700 students. If there was a cheaper way to send books to Tanzania I would love to clear out my bookshelves and send to them. Instead my husband and I will be looking for other ways to help this school in the near future.