Schools in Senegal have very few resources. Usually a class might share one textbook and much of the instruction is done by copying what the teacher writes on the chalkboard.
Andando has done a few humanitarian projects in schools and we came up with this idea of teaching the kids about the larger world beyond their village -painting the world on a wall!
We drew the borders of all the countries in Africa, and in the bottom left of the wall, an enlarged map of Senegal, with the main cities.
There are now two schools in Senegal with a new mural on their walls.
The first photo is from the vilage of Keur Soce, south of Kaolack, and the second one is at a school in Yoff, part of Dakar , the capital of Senegal.
The extra bonus is that the whole community has the opportunity to enjoy the map.
Extra special thanks to Lewis and Ruby for heading up this rather daunting project. They made it look easy. (It wasn't!)