Rebuilding neighboring schools seemed a natural progression from the work we began in Ntulya.

After completing the campus at Ntulya, Africa Schoolhouse worked with local villagers and the Misungwi and Kwimba Districts to identify Mwaniko Secondary and Shilanona Primary as the next highest priorities.

 Mwaniko Secondary before and after.

Mwaniko Secondary before and after.

Mwaniko Secondary School 2012-2013
Our first renovation project transformed a dilapidated secondary school into a modern, thriving academic institution.

  • 450 student capacity
  • 5 classrooms
  • teacher housing
  • administration building
  • bio-chemistry lab
  • composting latrines
  • solar powered computer lab with satellite modem
  • deep well

Shilanona Primary School 2013-2015
Africa Schoolhouse identified dire need at Shilanona Primary School. We rebuilt and strengthened the existing facilities to maximize its potential.

  • 500 student capacity
  • 8 classrooms
  • 2 teacher houses
  • composting latrines
  • deep well
  • rainwater catchment system
 Shilanona classroom before and after.

Shilanona classroom before and after.

 Teacher house with insulated double roof (and chicken coop).

Teacher house with insulated double roof (and chicken coop).

 Classroom block with water catchment system.

Classroom block with water catchment system.