A future for children from Gambella
New Flower in Africa from 2014 to 2016 has supported the construction of a high school (grades 9-12). The building includes 4 classes, 3 laboratories (chemistry, physics and biology) and a library. Is already present and active in a multipurpose room used as oratory and cinema, which is occasionally rented to outsiders and becomes a source of profit for the school. There are also technical schools in mechanics, carpentry and welding, plus a college in IT. There is an integration program for the inmates of a prison nearby, through their inclusion in schools. The project is currently concluded.
The town of Gambella is in a very poor area bordering Sudan. The slow growth of this community is inhibited by penalizing factors such as the spread of diseases such as TBC and AIDS and a very high percentage of malaria. Moreover, the different ethnic groups living in the area are often subject to internal tensions that often result in violent conflict. In the town of Gambella, there are currently only 3 Government schools which offer a low-level preparation and 2 Orthodox private schools too expensive for families in the area.