The Olorupa Primary School was the first school with which we started our schoolbook strategy, in October 2010 with a tree planting and the subsequent construction of a tree school.
In the subsequent drying period from November 2010 to March 2011, the students bravely fought for the survival of the seedlings. Finally, the school is on a hill, and the students had to bring the water to the water from home. That is why we sponsored the school in June 2011 with a water tank and gutter.
In September 2011 the first self-grown trees (450 pcs Grevillea robusta) were planted as a schoolyard in a big ceremony – a few days after the death of Wangari Maathai and therefore also in memory of her.
In the 2014 school year, the school had more than 250 pupils, 11 teachers and 10 school classes.