A 10-hour drive to the South, the enrollment at Mutaki Primary has more than doubled – 200 students through grade 4. The new classrooms are a thing of beauty, as is the new solar-powered purified rainwater water system. Thanks to the Beebe Family, Mike Mutaki, BR Cohn Winery and one of our favorite bands, The Doobie Brothers, for making this work possible.
If you’re fans of the Doobies, you could join the work and help us build a 5th grade classroom at Mutaki.
For the first half of my month-long working tour, I was accompanied by Christy and a group of Nobelity Project supporters who were eager to meet great kids and teachers at every stop. Some of the highlights were – the first permanent classroom at Mogawka Primary, new water systems at numerous schools and site surveys for more to come. and the grand opening of the Joe Gracey Library, Computer and Music lab at Amboni Primary/Simbara Secondary.
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