The Oneputa Combined School goes from Grade 1 through to Grade 10

Ondangwa lies in Owambo in the north of Namibia. It is a small town that exists mainly on the main road running through the centre. There are markets, businesses as well as new shopping centres along the road. It is a curious mixture of old and new, rural life and modern life clinging to the main arterial route in the area. Oneputa, a little way out of town, is one of the many and typical areas/villages that dot the landscape. The Oneputa Combined School goes from Grade 1 through to Grade 10. The computer section, where students often have to double up in class. Photo: © John Hogg / World Bank

 

Photo ID: JH-NA070904_0118 World Bank

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Taken on September 4, 2007
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