We are sorry that we have had problems getting pictures on to our report. We are glad to report that finally we are able to have all our supporters view what has been happening in this project after the last report.
With your wonderful support, and other supports from both the Board, and our volunteers on site, we have moved a very big big step by completing the first phase of the project.
Students are already making good use of the beutiful and conducive structure. They are happy and the staff currently teaching there are also very satisfied.
The Community came out to support this project with the labour and local supplies like Corn fufu, Palm wine and other local support which could help in the feeding of the large pupulation that came out to do the decking.
We did the Painting ourselves togehter with the students and other members of the community. We are making sure that all what comes in for this project is 100% directed to the project.
We are looking on to getting on to the 2nd phase which will create a computer lap, and other two classes. We pray that those who have been supporting this project should continue advocating for the 2nd phase so that we can can realise the full project in the near future.
Feel free to still support or recommend this project as we look forward to raising funds for the 2nd phase to start in March.
We highly appreciate those who have been supporting this project. Your hard earned money was well used and you can now see a beautiful structure for the purpose of providing education for at least 100 students in yearly.
May God bless you abundantly.
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