No tongue can express the wonderful progress that this project has been recorded. This is because of the efforts that we employed. The last disubursement which was the highest that this project has ever received took us to a very high level. This encouraged all our volunteers, holiday students and all the staff members including the community to join participate actively in the project
50% of the disbursed money was used for buying wood for the completion of the framework for the last rooms in addition to iron rods, cement, sand and technical labour. We were able to do a lot in the project as you can see from the project pictures.
In fact we are very much delighted to report that within the last one month much has been done because of our financial support.
We are looking forward to do the final decking of the first phase on the 8th of August, if we can raise some money to buy at least 70 bags of cement and timber for the final form work.
We thank those who have been supporting this project and just like Oliver Twist would always do, we wish to inform all who have shown interest in this project to give us another touch. For those who are yet to discover this project to do support should be doing so with great assurance and confidence that all the donation are 100% directed to the project.
We may be able to come up with a video for the community decking exercise of the 8th of September through YouTube.
Thanks to every one who have been supporting this project and those that still to.
May God Bless you.
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