The 300 pupils of Nyamasinda Village RCH School Sinda District Eastern Province of Zambia, are schooling in two small dusty and congested classrooms, and sit on brick-benches during class, and use their laps as writing support during class. To decongest the existing classrooms and prevent infections caused by over crowding and improve their school performance affected by poor learning conditions, the Rural Children's Hope has embarked on building and equipping a 1x4 classrooms, 1 head teacher'
We built, with local contributions, 1 classroom and the head teacher's office, up to the roof level. This project will help us raise funds to build the remaining 3 classrooms and ablution block, roof, wire, put the ceiling, fixe the doors and windows, plaster and paint the classrooms, and furnish them. The new building will give the pupils a clean, spacious and learning friendly environment, which will improveperformance and reduced absenteeism due to ill-health
The new school building will provide education for 300 Nyamasinda Village's children, on a yearly basis, for generations to come, and will help reduce the illiteracy levels in the village, and help break the circle of poverty. The ablution block will help produce healthy children, through sanitation improvement and disease prevention among the male and female pupils and teachers.