The planning of the school in Tanzania had already begun in June 2019, when Sister Gaspara, Superior of the Usambara Sisters, visited Germany. It was quickly clear that it should be an inclusion school, as this group of people are often excluded and not supported by society. In addition, the long-term objective of the school center should include technical education. The construction of the school should proceed quickly in order not to jeopardize the start of school in January 2020. "Unfortunately, we have often experienced how "real life" in a country like Tanzania with new challenges can throw plans out of kilter and cause delays," says Rainer Hertle, technical director of SPN Schwaben Präzision. At the end of November 2019, there was heavy and prolonged rainfall in this region of Tanzania, followed by major flooding. No more raw materials and construction materials were delivered. Construction work could not continue in a timely and safe manner.
Subsequently, the Corona pandemic upset the target plans once again.
In August 2020, the construction of the school in Korogwe finally entered its final phase. Approval for the school was granted by the government, and the start in early 2021 was envisaged.