Currently, over 60 children aged 6 to 14 learn English and music, five days a week during the academic year, in two 45 minute long lessons. The programme is based in Lal Andala primary school in Camp Boujdour, the smallest of five camps, which according to the latest UNHCR report (2018), house over 173,000 Saharawi refugees.
Thanks to a successful fundraising campaign, in 2019, the project was able to move from a refurbished school room into its own purpose-built centre of two large rooms and two small practice rooms.
Four Saharawi women make up the teaching staff, two for English and two for music. They receive ongoing training to teach the DV programme in their subject and become officially certified.