- New School Building in Niger
- New School Building in Nepal
- New School Libraries in Kenya
Niger occupies the last place in the UN’s Worldwide Education Index and therefore urgently needs investment in education infrastructure. Girls in particular need a chance to go to school, as only half of all female children currently receive primary education.
The Madauoa Primary School in Madauoa, Niger currently serves 362 children from kindergarten through 6th grade in two three-classroom buildings. Let’s build an additional single story structure with two additional 2-classroom buildings for the youngest students. The modern foundation will allow for a second floor to be added in the future.
We can complete this six-month project for US$25,000
In Nepal, many children in remote villages do not have access to education past the primary level. Students often leave primary schools after they learn to read and write but without further education, these skills are easily forgotten.
Bhawani Basic School is situated in Sarkegadh Rural Municipality, a two-day journey on foot from the local district headquarters. There are only seven classrooms in two old ruined buildings, servicing 170 students from early childhood to Grade 8. There are only 40 sets of wooden furniture between both classrooms and no proper sanitation facilities for the children. “Use what you have” is not an option here, so we’ll build two brand-new classrooms and furnish them.
We can complete this one-year project for US$28,000.
While Kenya is relatively stable and prosperous, there is still a lot of poverty. The families in Likoni, Mombasa, have a roof over their heads and enough food to survive, but little else.
Hope Children’s Centre Kenya School in Mombasa accommodates around 250 students, but doesn’t yet have any libraries for these children. Let’s build libraries for both the primary and secondary schools and fully equip them with the textbooks and materials that the children need to tackle the Kenyan curriculum, as well as furnishings so these rooms can double as study spaces.
We can complete this six-month project for US$20,000.