200 $ was spent per a student in Africa as part of enhancing the enrollment procedures in primary and preparatory schools. However, such amount is less than half of the amount spent by the South Asian countries, and this region is known with low levels of spending on education.
Therefore, Direct Aid Society establishes distinguished schools that encourage students to be committed to education. And we also seek in Direct Aid to enable these schools to be self-run, by charging fees for students who are capable, and providing scholarships for incapable students.
The school consists of 3 classes, administration office and 6 toilets.