Construction of a Primary School

 
$740
$67,628
Raised
Remaining
Dec 28, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

We are still asking donors for their kind support. Twenty-two bags of cement cannot start a foundation of six classrooms of the school. We are expecting around seventy to hundred bags of cement to start the foundation of the school. $155 have been receieved. We started gathering stones and sand, and we are still looking out for support from donors and globalgiving. Everyone within the chiefdom are ready for this project.

Aug 16, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's

We are still asking donors for their kind support. Twelve bags of cement cannot start a foundation of six classrooms of the school. We are expecting around seventy to hundred bags of cement to start the foundation of the school.

Mar 31, 2010

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

Hello, We the members of Alisa Women's Farming Project will like to say many, many thanks for the support you have given to us. The Project received $137.15 and we have already bought 112 bags of cements, sand and stones already packed. Yet, we still need your continuous support for the project to succeed.

Once more, we say many, many thanks and may God continue to bless you.

Quote: "pe bak to- to he sotha" Trans: This means that "no matter how difficult it is we will succeed"

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Organization

Alisa Women's Farming Project

Freetown, N/A, Sierra Leone

Project Leader

Sidi Kaloko

Project Leader
Freetown, Sierra Leone

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