Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students

 
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
    • 4 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students has received 19 donations
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    The Internet Comes to Djolu Technical College!
    By - Sally Coxe - President, Bonobo Conservation Initiative
    This July, we delivered 4 laptop computers and a BGAN satellite Internet terminal to Djolu Technical College.  The equipment was provided by the Kokolopori-Falls Church Sister City Partnership and was funded in part through a grant to KFCSCP from the Internet Society.  When we presented the computers to the...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    Food for All Project
    By - Albert Lotana Lokasola - President, Vie Sauvage
    In February, Djolu Technical College received a $5,000 grant channeled by the Food for All Foundation via the Kokolopori-Falls Church Sister City Partnership to Vie Sauvage. This grant, managed and implemented by Djolu Technical College faculty, is intended to increase food security in Kokolopori by providing training and...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students has received 32 donations
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    First Guest House Nearly Completed
    By - Albert Lokasola - Co-founder, Djolu Technical College
    I recently returned from a visit to Djolu Technical College in October, and am happy to report that construction of one guest house for visiting professors is nearly complete. Students and local residents have worked together to produce 10,000 bricks, and the mason has completed most of the work on the first guest house. ...
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    Report from a Student
    By - Albert Lokasola - Co-founder, Djolu Technical College
    We have received the following letter from a third year student in Environment and Sustainable Development at Djolu Technical College (also called Institut Supérieur de Développement Rurale). Construction has begun on the dormitory for visiting professors referenced in the letter below. Some students are helping to pay...
    • 6 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    A Recent Visit to Djolu
    By - Albert Lokasola - Co-founder, Djolu Technical College
    I have just returned from Djolu to Kisangani where I regain access to the internet to send you this update on the Djolu Technical College. While I was there , I taught a 45-hour course called “Utilisations des ressources naturelles” [use, environmental impacts, politics and regulation of renewable and nonrenewable...
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students has received 105 donations
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    Conclusion of the Academic Year
    By - Albert Lokasola - Co-founder, Djolu Technical College
    The first session of exams at Djolu Technical College has concluded. The final session of exams for the 2008 school year has been delayed and will begin in February, assuming we can get professors there in time from Kisangani. To date, 32 students from years one through three have successfully completed their exams, in one...
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    • debzhirsch
      debzhirsch Thanks for reminding us about the challenges you face at Djolu. Congratulations to your graduating students!
      • 6 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    Greetings from Djolu Technical College!
    By - Albert Lokasola - Co-founder, Djolu Technical College
    I am pleased to announce that we have just concluded our sixth academic year, which started on January 5th, 2008. The first set of exams has just been concluded and now the teachers and students are on their way home for the holiday. The second session of exams will take place on January 15 after which the graduation...
    • 6 years ago
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    • jensmyers
      jensmyers Very detailed and focused on progress - great! Thanks!
      • 6 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students posted a progress report
    Heart-felt Thanks!
    By - Albert Lokasola - Co-founder, Djolu Technical College
    Dear Friends and Supporters, On behalf of the students and teachers at the Djolu Technical College, I am sending heart-felt thanks for your generous support through GlobalGiving. I am especially touched by the out-pouring of support for the scholarship fund in tribute to my sister Véronique’s memory. She would have...
    • 7 years ago
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    • Laura
      Laura this is just a thank-you and doesnt' tell us anything about the number of students supported for how long etc.
      • 6 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 7 years ago
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  • Make College an Option for 70 Congo (DRC) Students has received 54 donations
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Ingrid Schulze

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Falls Church, Virginia United States

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