This morning, Jess, one of our volunteers from the US, went to a school to teach the underprivileged local children nearby her host family home. At the school, she spoke to the school coordinator and another volunteer from the US, who went to the school. The three discussed the school's struggle with funds, their need for some shelter under which to teach the children, and a new computer course, which they want to start for the children. Although the school coordinator has two very old laptops, she would prefer better equipment for the children, should the computing class become successful. At the moment, there is no nearby area for them to teach the children computing in a proper room or classroom, and the school will somehow have to find a way to teach the children. The school and the volunteers looked into monthly rental leases, but they were far beyond the school's budget, which has decreased over the months with dwindled governmental support of the school. Even with their many obstacles, the school, with its extremely devoted staff, still runs, and the children come to school each day more knowledgeable and happy than the last. We hope that they are able to successfully teach their computing course, which would truly open endless opportunities for these bright children to learn. We have attached a photo from when one of our volunteers, Sonia, was teaching at this very school a few weeks ago.