By Rob Bollinger - Founder and President of Nehemiah's Restoration
Juliet, one of our Young Legends back at school
In January of 2021, Kenyan schools opened for in-person learning after being closed since March 2020. There were many difficulties to be worked out as schools navigated how to pick up where they left off with the school year. During the time they were closed, many schools tried to implement online learning. However, as a good majority of their students did not have internet, or even computer access, this proved to be very difficult. There will be a lot of learning to make up as they resume school this year. We are excited to see students back in school and are hopeful that life will go back to normal soon. With this new development, we are extremely hopeful that we will be allowed to resume our project and build our final toilet soon!
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