Benches made out of tree limbs. Scraps of metal tied together for a roof. Not enough desks, if any. Lack of walls to provide protection from the weather. One or two classrooms for all students of all ages served by the school. No chalkboards. No bathrooms. No solid school structure of any kind. And yet...
For 7-8 months of the year, it is rainy season in Cameroon. With poorly constructed schools that have random cuts of metal plates for roofing, it always leads to a leaky roof. Disrupting the school day, students and teachers hustle to move the desks and huddle in what part of the roof that isn’t leaking...

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It’s Raining… in the School!
October 18, 2020