The Gongali (Aslini) School is located about 14 km south of Karatu in a farmland area producing crops of maize, sunflower, beans and pidgeon pea. Since the first two classrooms were built in 2010, it has grown steadily to now include a Kitchen/Dining Room, all 7 classrooms and 4 teacher residences. The only remaining buildings are a Library/Teacher Room building and 2 more teacher residences. This school has been developed as the model for all PSFA projects; a community where the buildings have multipurpose use, crops and gardens are grown by the teachers’ families, and a place for children to grow up. Because the site has piped gravity-fed water and electricity, the Mayor has decided to relocate Village offices here, and plans are being made to build a church at the site.