Msandaka Primary School is a small rural school in the Moshi district of Tanzania which is at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The school has 7 classrooms for 500 pupils aged 5 to 12. There are no funds at all for regular repairs and their current toilet facilities are in complete disrepair.
Funding for this project will allow for the reconstruction of the existing toilet facilities (separate boys and girls buildings) as well as a hand-washing station.
- Barbara S.
- Brandon S.
- Carole M.
- Elsie R.
- Fran V.
- Jeri G.
- Jonathan F.
- Martha K.
- Michael M.
- Nancy S.
- Nate M.
- Paul M.
- Rachel M.
- Scott C.
- Toby S.
- Tomislav M.
- In Memory of Audrey Lee Neighbors
- In Memory of Catherine Zorovich Charbonneau
- In Memory of Edythe McCants Jackson
- In Memory of Joseph J. Gonzalez
- In Memory of Shannon Grass
Current conditions at the school where the facilities are unusable by students and teachers.
The base of the new handwashing station in place.
The nearly finished handwashing station.
The refurbished and repainted toilet facility.
The fully completed handwashing station with new taps.
Students using new water taps.