New teacher house at Karama School – Teacher interview about improved teaching environment
The construction of the new teacher house at Karama School is finished now despite delays due to the Corona crisis. This is another successful demonstration of the community participation at Karama School in Rukoma.
Interview with Lein about improved teaching environment:
“Before I lived at Rubale centre which is 15 kilometer from school, I had to travel 30 kilometers every working day using a motorcycle which added extra expenses”, Lein said. “After construction of this house at my school, the school management committee proposed me to shift in and I feel privileged”, continued Lein.
“Now I am spending more time helping school children, and can balance work / family time. The remaining gap is a lack of access to potable water. I believe with the current plan of drilling a bore hole at our school premises will solve the challenge”, narrated Lein.
“I thank our donors for their support, and may God bless this family abundantly”, concluded Lein.
We thank God that this project could be completed even in days of Corona crisis. We also compliment the community for their engagement to finish the building work. We are so glad that the children (especially the girls) of Karama School now have a closer connection to a female teacher living on the school premises. We wish Lein (and all teachers) God’s blessing for their highly valuable work at Karama School. Very much appreciated!
And we thank all our donors supporting our foundation to make this investment happen even in days of crisis! This is a great testimony of solidarity!