The school opened for the second term on the 24th of May 2010 . Before that we had just been tracing and visiting families of prisoners whose children had not been brought to school yet. As a result more children were brought by their guardians.
Many of the families visited were able to bring their children to benefit from the education support although some few failed due to lack of transport fare, but other do not want to release the children because back at home these children are used to do home chores, gardening and all forms of child labour. Some of the families had children in secondary school and to some of these we provided support in terms of school fees to these children in their respective secondary schools.
We purchased school requirements like scholastic materials to cater for the increased number of children.
Also the fact that many of the children come to school with a lot of needs called for acquiring materials to cater for them. Being at the school has enabled some of the children to attain some school requirements that they had not dreamt of having in the past for example school uniforms, shoes, school meals etc.