Groupe Scolaire Saint-Paul Muko’s buildings Officially Inaugurated by Sponsors from “Jersey Hands Around the World”

Groupe Scolaire St. Paul’s students welcoming guests

Today the 11th December 2017, the Jersey Hands Around the World (JHATW), a non-profit organization from Jersey island (England), has been inaugurating several school buildings it funded across the District of Rusizi. The event was marked by the participation of Representatives of the Ministry of Education, the Mayor of Rusizi District, Mr
. Frederick HARERIMANA, Representatives of Religious Congregations and several students and teachers.

In their turn to demonstrate their realizations in the district of Rusizi, JHATW’s volunteers visited different schools they sponsored in Nzahaha and Bugarama Sectors: Ecole Primaire Nyakagoma, Groupe Scolaire Kibangira, Ryankana Primary School, Mihabura Primary School and Groupe Scolaire Saint-Paul Muko. The latter being a catholic school sponsored through the partnership with JHATW

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Through this partnership, JHATW has contributed to the transformation and renewal of the buildings in the “Groupe Scolaire Saint-Paul Muko”, a catholic school of the Diocese in the Parish of Mashyuza since 2010.

The school fence funded by JHATW and named after Dennis Spencer, a volunteer

In Groupe Scolaire Saint-Paul Muko, the partnership was launched in 2010 and has brought many outcomes, namely:

  • Training teachers with skilled trainers, mainly in English skills
  • Painting and plastering classrooms
  • Building the school wall (fence)
  • Building new toilets for students
  • Replacing broken glasses
  • Connecting water tanks
  • Building the school kitchen
  • Bringing sport materials (boots, balls,…)
  • Teaching students
  • Contribution to the community development by training the surrounding population in practical skills like painting and building and by offering them jobs to foster their wellbeing.

Toilet rooms build in partnership with JHATW

The Groupe Scolaire Saint-Paul Muko has benefited from this partnership not only materially – through infrastructures funded by JHATW – but also and mainly culturally and intellectually. In fact, the partnership has opened a way to cultural exchange between students and teachers in the GSSP Muko on the one hand and the JHATW’s volunteers on the other hand
. On the other side, the partnership has played a key role in raising the performances of students in national examinations by supplying the school with modern classes, skilled teachers and school material supports.


The school kitchen sponsored by JHATW back to 2015


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