his chair is an occasion for learning for Diego (not his real name).
Diego willingly carries his chair to and from school every day in a small school outside the town of Ngidinga, Democratic Republic of Congo. This keeps his place. Diego's class is inside a still to be finished school room because he is one of the older students.
The younger students attend classes daily under a covered structure adjacent to the unfinished school room.
Families in the small village where Diego and the other students live have committed to completing a school structure. The villagers live in poverty and know that education is important for the future. A solid school structure is a sign that education is permanent not temporary.