There were now 175 students in the school and a second block of two classrooms was needed.  A generous grant from the Barnabas fund provided the funding and work began. 

There was now a need for three qualified teachers, one assistant and a cook.  The parents supplied porridge and tea for preparation at the school so the children could have a simple meal during the day.  The parents also contributed to paying the cook.

Numbers continued to rise so there had to be a selection process for entry to the school.  The South Sudan Group agreed to pay the three qualified teachers plus the running costs of the school.  The parents gave money to the Ugandan teachers for them to buy food.

Daiwo school continued with 60 pupils and two local teachers.