Two classrooms for a primary school
In Senegal less than half of children ages 7 to 12 go to school. The primary school in the village Nianiar was founded in 2010 by the government. It consists of two classrooms and two temporary buildings for 240 students. Hence, the school is completely overcrowded. Together with World Vision the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation provided to further classrooms, additional toilets and a reading corner, as well as urgently required school material in 2014.