In order for children to be able to work and focus effectively, they must be provided with good quality classrooms.
Many children walk for up to two hours in order to get to school, not only using up energy and time needed for studying but also being put at great risk, especially girls. Building safe and secure dormitories reduces this risk and increases performance. At Hoja Secondary students' grade averages greatly increased after starting to stay in the dormitory.
Teachers' accommodation allows teachers to spend more time with the children, and gives the opportunity for starting up extra classes outside of school hours.
Community housing education will teach the importance of good shelter and how to make the most of homes to make them a safer environment to live in, including using ceilings to keep out malaria-causing mosquitos.