Albert Valley College High School in Karugutu, Uganda, opens the doors of its new classrooms this month providing the much needed shelter and security for the students and learning resources that they have long needed. The school had struggled to provide permanent classrooms for its over 150 students. At the beginning of the 2014 school year the education ministry was threatening to close the school down because it only had one permanent classroom. Thanks to the donation of two donors in Alberta, Canada, Classrooms for Africa was able to provide a grant to build a five-classroom block, including a science laboratory. The dream has been realized and a new chapter begins at the school.
Below: Pictures reminding what campus was like in January 2014 – note bricks being made and stored in anticipation of possible funds to build.
Below: Building process from October 2014 through January 2015