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Ai-Asa School Project

Ai-Asa school is a 30 minute drive from Balibo in a remote, rural area. The school currently has 120 students. There is no water or toilets. In the time since we first looked at helping this school, the situation has gone from bad to desperate. The building which is used to teach the older students is a poor but useable state. The building in which the 6, 7 and 8 year old children are taught was in a terrible state when we first visited, but has now totally collapsed. Thankfully no-one was inside when this happened. But this means the year 1 and 2 children have nowhere to be taught.

Rotary, Balibo House Trust and Spend It Well are collaborating to build Ai-Asa a new 3 classroom and teachers' room building, bring water to the school and install toilets for the children and teachers. The cost for this project is US$59,000. Commencement of the work has been delayed because of COVID-19, but will be started in October 2020.

The now- collapsed building
 
Some of Ai-Asa's children
 
Children outside the now-collapsed building

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