Martin Kueth Bol Gatdor is the headmaster of the Comboni school in Old Fangak, South Sudan. He wanted a way to help his students cross a washed-out road on their way to class. He took the project on alone, and began by building supports for a handmade bridge. Soon, his students rallied to the cause, gathering material and helping with construction. Now the whole school is enjoying the benefits of this ingenious effort.

Headmaster Martin places handmade bridge supports into a muddy path
Students carry heavy bags of sand across a muddy path to help build a bridge
Headmaster Martin and a student place logs into the bridge supports
Student stand alongside the bridge that is still in progress. the bridge is built from sticks and logs
a student walks on the newly constructed bridge that will help them get to school
students walk across the newly constructed bridge
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