26 April 21: "The renovation of a classroom that had water running through it when it rained is underway. A concrete structure along the bottom of the wall to strengthen the foundation of the building and prevent water from seeping through the walls into classrooms has been built and the pictures clearly show how the waterway and the concrete footing were constructed. Once they finish the watercourse, the builders will renovate the rest of the building.
"Children have now returned to school after 12 months away due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers followed all the rules made by Government and at the main gate of the school, there were three teachers; one sanitizing people as they came in, the second with a thermometer taking temperature of everyone entering the school premises and the third recording details of each person i.e. name, temperature reading, age and address. They also ensured that people entering school premises had masks.
"The door of every classroom had water for people to wash their hands before going into the classroom."
more In partnership with the Swaziland Schools Project charity we are running an online auction.
more Following the completion of the project at Forbes Reef, work is now finishing off at another one supported by RCNV - Salakutjelwa.
more Keith Fossey is Chairman of the Swaziland Schools Project charity which actively supports schools there with hands-on projects.
more We have recently supported this school in Swaziland
back This country, formerly known as Swaziland, is one of the principal focusses of our work overseas.