Please click below to read the report on school activities during August and September 2007.
Activities on rebuilding of Kaligathuk School in May 2007 consisted of:
1) The delivery of the library bookcase. Its cute shape with interesting color and its safety became particular consideration so that it is accessible for students to take and put the books back to their place. Total number of bookcase is one (1) unit.
2) The first stage distribution of the scientific books. FTP team has selected the book titles, their presentations and their forms to ensure the books have good quality and able to attract the reading interest of the students. The delivery will be continued stage by stage so the student will feel happy to see the number of their book increasing. The books are not delivered all at once to build emotional relationship between students, teachers, and the headmasters with FTPI and the donators (Global Giving). Total number of books on the first stage of delivery is twenty four (24) units (copy) for each school.
3) Students with the help of GlobalGiving do the order of the story books and characters. The names of the donators of GlobalGiving are also mentioned so that students, teachers, and the headmasters and some of students’ parents know that there is a friendship between Indonesian people and the United States of America or other countries.
4) Preparation on computer training handbook for students of Mirisewu and Kaligathuk School.
Please click below to read the full report and see photos!
Please click on the report below to read about progress of rebuilding the schools, including strengthening doors and windows and delivering computers and books!
We are from FTPI, representing all Kaligathuk Elementary School Teacher staffs and students sending a lot of thanks to donors supporting the project through GlobalGiving!
Below are links to a picture of the school after reconstruction. The school is now safe for educating students and we are even setting up computer labs to further student education.
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