On August 16, 2018, the SASCO Community Resource Centre - a Windsor (1918) Legacy Project - officially opened. School Children now have a place where to learn - and grow.

The Centre is located on 2.5 acres of land about three kilometers from the town of Boma Ng’ombe in the HAI District of Tanzania. It is situated along a main road between Boma and several Maasai villages, in close proximity to a government primary as well as secondary school. Since government funded schools are under-resourced, the location is ideal to fulfill the aim of the Centre which is to provide a place for children to do homework, have access to curriculum resources and computers, and to get teaching assistance. The Centre only occupies a portion of the site. The remaining area is to be used for sports, the cultivation and storage of crops, and for future expansion. 

Click here for more pictures from this event (courtesy of Gordon Drake)