Thanks to your support, since 4 years Alice Project supports the Chakma refuges living in the village of Bodhisatta Deban providing them the opportunity to receive free of cost high level education, medical assistance, vocational trainings for women and the opportunity to free themselves from a very unfavorable condition.
In a seven classes school (from Nursery to calls 5th) everyday 120 children from the local community receive education, care and a ray hope for their future. Otherwise the closest school available to them would be at 4 hours driving distance through inaccessible jungle paths. Moreover the school gives the opportunity to 7 well trained local teachers to work for the benefit of their community’s children.
A new bathroom and a kitchen for the 11 residential students living there have been almost completed.
Recently a new pickup truck and a generator have been purchased. The vehicle will help a lot for transportation of working material and people through the jungle paths. It will also be very useful in the agricultural projects. The generator will help to carry on all the activities of the community with the many power cuts and the shortage of electricity.
New concrete underground water tank has been built and irrigation pipes have been purchased for improving the agriculture projects.
The young women of the village will have soon the opportunity to develop vocational skills in tailoring with the new sewing machines in a dedicated classroom under the guidance of an expert teacher. We are also trying to improve our small dispensary with new medicinal and first aid material.
Thank you for your kind and generous support. Thank you for your kind support and generosity.
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