Soccer and Books at Sesal School
If a picture is worth a 1000 words, an actual visit to a school site must be worth about 1 million. I’ve seen scores of photos of Sesal school, but actually being there this week brought home even more how great the need is. The 6 classrooms at the school are literally falling down and only 2 of them have a roof and can be used in anyway for the 340 children. We’re still finalising our project for Sesal – but on this visit we were able to deliver boxes of stationery supplies donated by the Rotary Club of Unley and Glen, a Spend it Well supporter from Melbourne, brought soccer balls and played with the kids which they loved.