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A remake of the school

Walter Shultz Senior Secondary School is a school owned by the United Methodist Church, and it consists of four school buildings and one lavatory building, all of which were burnt down during the civil war. The government rebuilt two of four buildings after the war, but I noticed through my travels, to Sierra Leone, that the lack of space was depriving many young people of being able to attend Walter Shultz. After meeting with my uncle, Chief Caulker, I agreed to help restore the remaining school buildings in order to create more space for more pupils. 


After restoring the remaining buildings, funded by Erna & Knut Eng Children foundation the school was able to welcome an additional 200-300 pupils for admission. The school was then supplied with chairs and desks given to the foundation by Lilleaker primary school.

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