Schools are the first step for a better future
A school desk costs 25 euros.
Encouraging education is a good way of helping families of Rubyiniro in Muhanga, in the south of Ruanda getting a better life standard sustainably. Since the adults of tomorrow will be able to set new impulses and help their hometowns with a good education.
Classrooms in Rubyiniro with their extremely bad roofs, walls and uneven clay floors must completely be re-built. Classrooms as well as the equipment of them and education material are very important. That’s the reason why the schools het books, education objects and simple computers for the people to get a basic-IT-education.
”I am 11 years old and I visit the 6th grade. When I get home from school at 17:30, I help there. In my leisure time I study, since school means liberty for me. I want to become a doctor when I grow up”, explained Sabine Kwizera, Ruanda.
- The second aim of the internationally agreed millennium aims demands to ensure basic education for all.
- Roundabout 5.24 million of new teachers are needed to enable a basic scholar education for all children until 2015.
- 57 million of children of the world don’t go to school when they reach the basic school age.