Set on a vast plain beside the Enashiva Nature Refuge, Sukenya Primary School serves an increasing number of Maasai children in the greater Sukenya area. Until recently, Sukenya had only four teachers for 364 students in seven grades. Attracting teachers to such a remote location remains a serious challenge for the school. Sukenya shows great promise as more and more Maasai families are sending their children to school, including Maasai girls. In 2010, the school ranked 51st out of 59 schools in the district. A new headmaster came to the school in late 2010, and at the end of his first year, the school jumped to 9th out of 59 schools in the district. The school has expressed interest in partnering with FoTZC on multiple projects, and we look forward to developing our partnership over the coming years.