In 2011 TEECH carried out a project in the village of Trebujeni in the district of Orhei in Moldova. The project focussed on the school within the village where no indoor toilets existed and no hot water. A team of 40 volunteers were at the school for seven days to create a bathroom for the boys and one for the girls from empty classrooms. The bathrooms were partitioned to create showering facilities and toilet cubicles with new water tanks fitted to bring water into the school to feed the toilets and showers. Volunteers also painted the rooms with murals, created a community room which contained table and chairs, carpet tiles floor, dart board and seating for locals to use as a meeting place. The dining room was re-tiled and all walls painted along with hand basins and hand driers installed for the children to use prior to meals. Whilst on site the volunteers slept within classrooms at the school and met many of the children from the school when they made daily visits to the school to find out what was going on and why we were there to help them. TEECH returned to the school in January 2012 to give out shoebox gifts to the children and were presented with a short Christmas themed play to thank us for the work which we had completed for them and show us how they have benefited over the 4 months from the transformation.