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Olasiti Primary School Projects (2009 – 2012)
Building New Classrooms and Desks (2009)
In 2009, AIA built two new classrooms and an office, which replaced a structure that was so damaged that it could not be used. New desks were constructed for the two classrooms, and AIA also delivered school supplies and books. The two additional classrooms reduced average class size at the school by 13%.
Refurbishing Classrooms and Improving Drainage (2011)
In 2011, AIA refurbished seven of the school’s classrooms, including one classroom that could not be used due to the extensively damaged floor. AIA volunteers repaved this classroom’s floor, and reinforced the walls of all seven classrooms to keep rain water back and prevent erosion. These classrooms were also painted, and volunteers built a drainage ditch to collect water and prevent classrooms from flooding.
Providing Electricity to Students and Teachers (2012)
In 2012, AIA ran electricity from the main street to the head office and adjacent classroom at the primary school. Funding the cost of the installation and light bulbs, students and teachers now have an opportunity to see and continue education after school for those students interested in after-school study and tutoring.