ANNA K WALSH

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YELLAMABANDA

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YELLAMABANDA  H Y D E R A B A D, I N D I A

 

Before Navionics, the school in Yellamabanda consisted of two small rooms for 150 students. Those who didn’t fit, sat in the dirt under a tarp. Today, the flagship school accommodates 1000 students in 4 two-story buildings with bathrooms, two kitchens, a Reverse Osmosis System for potable water and a complete library facility. This school, which once had no formal curriculum or grade structure, now has certified primary, intermediary and high school programs.