In July 2006, KMAD signed an agreement with IDPPE, the Department of Education and the local population for construction of four additional classrooms in the primary school in Tupuito, that was only providing education up to grade 5 school level.
KMAD also worked on reconstructing the old block at Tupuito village school and a new block at Tebane village school. In 2008, Cyclone Jokwe damaged all the schools in the area and KMAD provided new roofing for the schools.
The replacement block at the Tupuito school and the new block at the Thipane school were completed during 2009. The schools can now provide upto 7th level education with KMAD support, which greatly reduces the travel time for young students who previously had to walk up to 12 kilometres and cross a river to attend classes.
During the second half of 2008, a project to produce furniture for the schools was started as the result of a fundraising campaign undertaken in Dublin that raised around US$10,000. Thanks to this initiative, the school children are now able to study in better conditions, having proper desks and benches to sit on. The project produced 250 desks and benches during its first phase for the Nahaloco, Mtitikoma, Tupuito and Thipane village schools. Production of school furniture is ongoing to finalise other schools in the area.
KMAD provides at the start of the school term school materials (exercise books, pens, pencils, erasers, rulers, etc.) for the pupils of each school. Educational material is also provided for about 1,300 adults who attended adult literacy classes. A very positive aspect of the project is that most of the attendees are women.