School education on the verge of existence
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has become bitterly poor through many decades of exploitative colonial rule, subsequent dictatorship and subsequent wars. Basic health and education provision is largely maintained by churches, non-governmental organizations and international development work.
The DodoBahati Foundation has been supporting them for years. Since the school fees and the share of teachers' salaries are considerable, many parents can not finance their children's education. Currently, more than 600 children attend primary school, spread over thirteen classes for six years