Osanyuk Primary School had 362 pupils enrolled in classes 1 to 6 when the team visited in February 2020 with the expectation that this number would continue to increase as the next primary school is 15km away from the community making it more or less impossible for children, in particular very young children, to attend due to the distance and the risks involved in walking that far. As a consequence few children used to attend. The school is currently housed in traditionally constructed classrooms built by the community on church land. In order to be officially registered by the government the school needs to have permanent (brick) classrooms, a supply of potable water, latrines and adequate teachers accommodation. Once registered the school can expect some support from the government, most particularly the provision of teaching staff.
In February 2021 TDT was able to send out the funds for the completion of the latrine block, for which the community had already dug the pit but lacked the funds to construct the superstructure. Once these had been successfully completed funds for Water Harvesting were sent out in the November. Various attempts had been made to see if it was possible to construct a borehole for the school as this would provide a year round water supply however none of the investigations provided a positive result. For this reason the next best option and to give the school (which at present has no nearby water supply at all) some access to water on site, was to provide large water tanks that would be used to collect rain water run-off from the church building that is adjacent to the school.