Completing 2 Libraries for 4000 Nigeria Students


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School Modification

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of School Modification The physical appearance of the institution has improved due to the application of new paint and replacement of the iron sheets on the roof.Students are now able to learn comfortable even during the rainy season since the rains water cant get into the classrooms anymore.This has attracted many students who wish learn there. Read more.
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The Musingu School

By a male, 16-21 years old,
Map of THE MUSINGU SCHOOL Musinga high school is one of the district schools in Western province. It perfoms so well that every parent would struggle to get a chance in the school for his/her son. This lead to a high population in the school in that the domortries were not enough for the population. SEMREP decided to help Musinga school by putting up a domotry for the students. This was a big challenge to the school which made it to feel motivated to work more harder to produce colourful results. This made the students comfortable. Read more.
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Wuraola Ajibade

President, Atlanta Chapter
Macon, GA United States

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