Nazo Ana Primary School
The Nazo Ana Primary School, attended by 3,000 children with nine instructors, had no electricity and only one bathroom that was badly in need of repair. Since there were no chairs or desks, the students had to sit on the ground. HAWP added six bathrooms and purchased 1,000 new desks, which were built in Afghanistan.
1,000 desks built in Kabul arrive at the school.
Primary school children enjoying learning in their new desks.
(left) This bathroom was the only one for 3,000 students and 93 teachers.
(right) Six new bathrooms, just like this one, now serve Nazo Ana Primary School.
Barbara Spier, President of HAWP, cuts the ribbon at the elementary school's renovation celebration.
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