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Nomtsoub School in Tsumeb, Namibia gets funding for school uniforms, books and school supplies from Subayo Foundation January 2017.
Subayo Preparing to make an impact on Rural Primary School Education
University of Barotseland vice-chancellor Dr. Muyoba Macwani says the government has neglected rural students. Speaking in an interview after the official announcement of Subayo Foundation’s plans to construct eight teachers’ houses at Namitome Primary School in Mongu over the weekend, Dr. Macwani said rural students needed full government support if they were to be responsible citizens.
Subayo has been very active in Namitome community for the past four years .
Subayo Foundation sponsored 8 students to a four year college, University of Barotseland. Four graduated last year. Two are graduating in October and the other two next year.
One of the graduates Mbindi Kahilu is a volunteer at the Namitome Governmentt School for a year.
The Foundation sponsored over 400 students grades 1-12 paying school fees and buying uniforms.
10 women were sponsored through Micro lending loans.
The foundation built a town Hall/Community Center at the school for Namitome and Nalinanga communities. This Hall will serve as a Meeting place for the community. It will also be used at the school as a computer lab, lunch room, auditorium, staff room, Headmaster’s office, Strong room (Vault- to store secure exam papers and other important documents for the school), recreation Hall, library, storage room, lounge and shelter for the community.