The schoolhouse in Webuye, Kenya was made of canvas walls and a tin roof. At some point during the heat of summer the temperature in the classroom was over 125 degrees.
The dirt floors were used as chalkboards. The worms nested in the dirt floor would carve their way into the bare feet of the children.
With one volunteer teacher and 50 children most of whom were homeless or of families with no hope of every going to school, the local church provided for these children a meal and education each day..
We as volunteers organized fundraisers and received donations to help this community build a schoolhouse. With the help of our communities here in the U.S. we were able to build a brick schoolhouse that now has over 150 children attending..