This is a close-up to show you details of the wall construction. The mud bricks are crumbling away, and it seems as though the only thing supporting the enormous weight of the tiled roof is the thin skin of plaster on the outside of the wall. What happens to this room, and the children inside it, when we have the next earthquake?
This is a block of 6 toilets. During a hot day you can smell them from twenty paces, and a stream of effluent runs out of the doors and away down the hill. (I took this photo during the Easter holidays when the toilets weren't in use). There are 14 loos for 2103 pupils, and no separate loos for the 30 staff. The ratio of people per toilet is well over 150:1.
There are serious cracks in the walls, and if you knock on them with your fist you can hear a void behind the skin of plaster. One classroom block at this school collapsed last year. What's holding up the roof in the building? And how sfe is it for the 300+ children crammed into the rooms inside it?