During HOP’s recent “Rays of Joy” project, we worked extensively to deliver solar powered equipment to the small town of Juving. However, we discovered that we were barely scratching the surface of the village’s needs.
Upon discovering that Juving School was lacking basic amenities such as chairs, desks, and well-trained teachers, HOP worked with the school’s headmaster to build desks and chairs for each of the school’s 350 children, as well as paying the salaries of four trained computer teachers for a year, and installing a much-needed PA system. We also installed an industrial water filter in the school, giving students and village residents access to clean drinking water year-round.
Juving School’s 350 students
Community members who use the school’s facilities and drinking water
Desks, chairs, and trained teachers
Year-round access to clean drinking water
Juving Secondary School now has updated facilities, including comfortable desks and chairs
Four trained teachers now work at the school, teaching computer skills
350 students and the surrounding community now have year-round access to clean drinking water
The new facilities at the school are being used every day by children and the community alike. Teachers began holding two computer classes a week for the community, and the solar powered computer center we constructed is being used frequently.