Zaziya Primary School

Zaziya Primary school was just a small school with thee classrooms that offered Grades 1-6 to almost 300 children.  These classrooms were built from mud and stone many years ago and were rapidly deteriorating with crumbling walls; dusty mud floors; broken window and door frames and uninsulated tin roofs which meant the rooms would get very hot.

There was also high demand for Grades 7 and 8 in this area, so in 2017 the community started the process of building four more classrooms entirely by their own labour using local stone and sand. Despite the enthusiasm of the community, they did not have the funds to complete these classrooms.

We have now completed the construction of the four partially constructed classrooms, plus the much-needed maintenance on the existing three classrooms. In addition, we have repaired toilets, provide desks, books and blackboards.