Renovation Umunam primary school

Renovation Umunam primary school by stichting Water Life Africa, sponsored by the Stanislas College and the Doele-winkel in Delft

The head mistress of Umunam primary school showing round the class rooms to the co-founder of Water Life Africa:

The students have no access to toilets. The school head was pointing at a pit toilet where the students have to manage, but it’s unsafe for the students:

The co-founder of Water Life Africa with some people of the P.T.A. and head mistress of Umunam primary school having a view at the school premises:

The whole of these class rooms are completely damaged. The roof went off. The children have no access to learn anytime there is rainfall: 

This part of the school building has to be renovated. The windows are rusted:

The head mistress of Umunam primary school, her teachers and the Rev. father of the Anglican Church, together with the co-founder of Water Life Africa on a group photo at the school compound:

The students have no tables and chairs for learning:

On the 22nd of June 2009 Water Life Africa is travelling to Umunam, coupled with 2 students and their teacher, for the renovation of this primary school in Nigeria: 

Picture of the Stanislas College students and one of their teachers and the co-founder of stichting Water Life Africa. These students are leaving to Umunam – Owerri – Imo State of Nigeria purposely for the primary school renovation:


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