The Suke kids come together in dark, dusty, and mud-walled classrooms. The rooms are too small, so kids have to study in shifts. And excuse our words, but the toilets are a mess. That is why the 13 teachers and the 950 Suke kids are thrilled to receive your donation.
*This is what the new classrooms will look like!
Donations start at $25. But, if you decide to donate $75 or more, we will send you a set of gifts out of appreciation;
*Cupping spoons, moleskins, and tote bags are limited, so be quick to donate and secure a pack!
Tesfaye Bekele from the Suke Quto Farm was shocked when visiting the Kurume school. Kids sat on the floor, learning in extremely dusty classrooms during the dry season and very muddy ones during the rainy season.
Things had to change. Tesfaye talked to Trabocca’s founder Menno and decided to do something about this. The Suke Quto School Project took off in 2015 with the support of coffee roasters. Learn more about the project.