Community Health Center

 
$1,030
$53,968
Raised
Remaining
Aug 13, 2012

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project.

We received #456.25 in January 2012. We bought thirty bags of cements, and the balance we made part-payment to the contractor. We have already made foundation of the Health Center and we even started laying bricks for building. You see pictures attachments, and the sketch plan of the Health Center.

We are still asking donors for their kind support, so that we can continue  our health center construction. We also need to pay workmanship for the construction of this health center, so we are asking for support from donors, friends and families.

Thank you all.

Dec 30, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

We recently received $46.25 in October of 2011 added to the $186.50 that we received last year, we have receive a total of $232.75 donation for this project.  We still have the eignteen (18) bags of cement, we have already pile two trips of sand and one trip of stones, so that we can start the construction of health center.

We have already use the eighteen bags of cement to make bricks, so that the cements cannot spoil or become solid.

We are still asking donors for their kind support, so that we can start our health center foundation. We also need to pay workmanship for the construction of this health center, so we are asking for support from donors, friends and families.

Aug 17, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

We have not received any donation for the project for the past couple of months. The eignteen (18) bags of cement would not be able to start a foundation of a health center. We are still asking donors for their kind support. So that, we can be able to raise up to sixty(60) to hundred(100) bags of cement to start the foundation. The eighteen (18) bags of cement is still in custody. We can't start because we have to pay for workmanship.

May 11, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

Diseases are common in our everyday lives in our community, and we don't have anywhere to go for treatment. The eignteen (18) bags of cement would not be able to start a foundation of a health center. We are still asking donors for their kind support. So that, we can be able to raise up to sixty(60) to hundred(100) bags of cement to start the foundation. The eighteen (18) bags of cement is still in custody. We can't start because we have to pay for workmanship.

Jan 7, 2011

Updates from Alisa Women's Farming Project

Diseases are common in our everyday lives in our community, and we don't have anywhere to go for treatment. The twelve(12) bags of cement would not be able to start a foundation of a health center. We are still asking donors for their kind support. So that, we can be able to raise up to sixty(60) to hundred(100) bags of cement to start the foundation. The twelve(12) bags of cement is still in custody. We can't start because we have to pay for workmanship.

Below is a picture of a lady breast-feeding her sick child.

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Organization

Alisa Women's Farming Project

Freetown, N/A, Sierra Leone

Project Leader

Sidi Kaloko

Project Leader
Freetown, Sierra Leone

Where is this project located?

Map of Community Health Center