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Welcome to Preschool #2!

After years of planning and construction, CAI is thrilled to invite you inside the walls of our newly built Preschool #2. Located in Barushan, Tajikistan, this school will serve more than 120 preschoolers annually.

The previous building suffered from severe deterioration as it had not been updated since its construction in 1962. Cracking plaster, mold, poor ventilation, inadequate outhouses, and broken furniture were just a few of the problems.

The new building boasts spacious classrooms, improved heating and ventilation systems, indoor plumbing and toilets, a full kitchen, and new, sturdy, child-friendly furniture. And the new playground is already a favorite of the young learners.

Take a spin through the new school in this video and review the tremendous progress that your support made possible in the photos below:

The Old School Building

The old preschool 2 exterior
The old preschool 2 hall way

The Construction Progress

New Preschool 2 construction breaking ground
New Preschool 2 construction second floor without roof
New Preschool 2 construction interior room
New Preschool 2 construction progress exterior view

The New School is Unveiled

New preschool 2 exterior view
New preschool 2 classroom
New preschool 2 sleeping quarters
New preschool 2 kitchen

Thank you to all of our generous donors for making this school possible and enriching the lives of the children and teachers of Barushan, Tajikistan!

We hosted a grand opening webinar with a question-and-answer session. View it here.

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