We were just two volunteers returning to Muko School in October 2012, but by employing up to 28 local men and women in the three weeks that we spent there, we managed to carry out a lot of essential maintenance work.
Much progress has been made on the Nursery with the children having a new block of three classrooms including a dormitory and even a small playground to themselves.
Work is hot, arduous and slow at the school, which incidentally was hit by some of the worst flooding ever seen in this area just before our arrival this year.
We are slowly seeing some improvements but more help is needed is continue with this project - not only with the maintenance work but also with the teaching of English so that the students may have a better chance of a career later in life.
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