No one should need to go to school outdoors in the rain or cold

Unleash the potential of every child.

We work with local communities in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, to build classrooms and help kids stay in school. Without classrooms, students are either overcrowded in limited structures and/or taught under trees in harsh conditions and with few resources. 

During rainy seasons, they are unable to learn at all.

Building a Community

Grassroots participation and co-investment guide the building of classrooms. Communities are eager for education, raising financial deposits of 3% (significant to them), leveling land, and securing water needed for construction.


School changed everything for Michael Nzuza

A young cow herder in South Africa’s rural KwaZulu-Natal province, he was 15 years old before he was able to start kindergarten at Thembalesizwe Primary School in Eshowe Township.

Africa Classroom Connection Michael Nzuza