Firin Primary School
Firin Primary School was opened in 2005 in a rented facility to address the challenge that children had of crossing a very dangerous bridge to get to school. In 2006, mud classrooms were built by parents and the number of students has steadily increased. Most of the people living in Firin area are low income families and those who recently moved from urban areas and who depend on subsistence farming. As a result, they could not afford to build adequate or durable facilities that meet the government standard. Consequently, in the existing school, students learn in congested (average of 70 students/class/shift) and falling mud facilities.