This year we are funding the construction of a two-storey science block at the Juba Diocesan Model Secondary School in South Sudan. The school has about 800 pupils, both boys and girls. In a new young country there is a desperate need for science teaching to prepare doctors, engineers, surveyors, agronomists, pharmacists etc. to lift the country out of poverty. This block will facilitate teaching of the sciences up to A-level, and will encourage girls to stay on at school after the age when they are usually pressured to leave.
Here are some photos showing the progress of the work; we will show more in due course.
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Further contributions towards this project are welcome!