Completing 2 Libraries for 4000 Nigeria Students

 
$8,051
$91,949
Raised
Remaining
Aug 16, 2010

Project Tour

I went to Nigeria and personally inspected the Libraries that benefit from the donations to Project 3751. The Principals and the students were very happy. The interiors have been painted, windows changed , floors tiled. The Girls believe there is nothing to wait for any longer. They have started using theirs inspite of the incomplete status . They basically read their classroom texts there as the books that would go in to the Libraries are in the catalog(uing) stage at the Boys' Section. Books and bookshelves are currently in the Boys' Section. I showed them how to assemble the shelves. I asked them to arrange all the bookshelves on the two floors without space for tables and chairs in order to have enough rooms to air the books put up for catalog(uing). The staff and students asked me questions, thanked me, sang "Christ is our cornerstone" which is the school hymn and said the school prayer. We exchanged our salutation, "up scho" and departed feeling elated and full of expectations. I recording was made which will be on Youtube shortly. Thank you.

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Wuraola Ajibade

President, Atlanta Chapter
Macon, GA United States

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