Justice and Development for All is committed to support the government in improving the quality of education of primary schools at Nguruka Ward which has more than 5500+ school pupils. The primary schools face shortage of important teaching materials , text books, and teaching aids are not sufficient to meet the need. Currently, the book ration is 1:4 pupils, forcing some of pupils to be demoralized as they don't perform exercise nor get time to perform assignment given by teachers .
Despite considerable efforts by the government to improve the quality of education in the country, the quality of education is still faced by huddles such as: Rapid expansion in enrollment where a classroom is now having more than 80 pupils instead of 40 pupils which is a national standard. The schools face shortage of textbooks where the national standard is, 1 textbook for two pupils (1:2), due to shortage of textbooks the ratio is 1:4 up to 1:25 depending on school and subject.
Education is the best alternative for these pupils to climb out of poverty circle. Justice and Development for All is in motion to create a conducive and friendly learning environment for these children by providing the schools with basic facilities, availability of textbooks will improve and increase the number of pupils who read and perform assignments given by school teachers. Pupils will also be able to make studies outside the school time.
Children completing grade 7 would receive good quality education which would enable them to realize their full potential in a career they choose. The education they receive is the key to lifting them and their families out of a vicious cycle of poverty, and hence improved life and overall contribution towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals globally