Aug 11, 2014

IT HAS ENDED - IT BEGINS SOON!!

#1. Photos of Students giving thanks to donors
#1. Photos of Students giving thanks to donors

                                                                  IT HAS ENDED - IT BEGINS SOON!!

 

The school year 2013-2014 has ended and the 2014-2015  school year begins September 8, 2014.

Because of your donations, during the school year 2013-2014,  the school was able to :

  1. Provide education to 452 children
  2. Pay the salaries of teachers and staff administration
  3. Complete the construction of 16 latrines
  4. Roof 2 additional classrooms
  5. Purchase school materials
  6. Students, parents, teachers and surrounding community celebrated together the end of 2013-2014 school year.

During the school year 2013-2014, 182 donors donated $49,745. Iwacu Kazoza  (Primary and Secondary) School budget for  2014-2015, we need $49,280.  A budget that will enable us to provide education to 495 children  during the school year 2014-2015.

To roof 2 more additional classrooms, we need $19,500. These 2 additional classrooms are urgently needed from the very beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.

Today, Iwacu Kazoza School  is counted as one of the best schools in Cibitoke province even in the country of Burundi, providing  qualitative education. Students, parents and people  like  Iwacu Kazoza School.

We give thanks to our donors and GlobalGiving for making possible the education of these children, who could not have access to education without your financial help.

Donation can be made now through the following link: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/providing-education-to-450-children-in-ruhagarika/

With Much Thanks and Appreciation

Prosper Ndabishuriye

General Coordinator and Founder

#2. Students celebrating the end of school year
#2. Students celebrating the end of school year
#3.  Students dancing at the school celebration
#3. Students dancing at the school celebration
#3. Students reading books in classroom
#3. Students reading books in classroom
#5. Iwacu Kazoza School picture
#5. Iwacu Kazoza School picture
#6. Picture of the 2 classrooms to be roofed
#6. Picture of the 2 classrooms to be roofed
Aug 8, 2014

THEY STILL NEED A SHELTER

Current living situation of widows JRMD serves
Current living situation of widows JRMD serves

                                                                THEY STILL NEED A SHELTER

There is NO way to promote peace, reconciliation, education, development, safety, health in and among the families who do not have shelter/home. A home is one of the most important things which contribute to the good living of a human being; that’s why at JRMD, building homes for the survivors of the war and needy families, is one of the strategies to promote and achieve peace, and give  a family a voice and right place in the society. Building shelters for the survivors of the war  and needy families in  Burundi,  helps reduce the expansion of AIDS and the mortality, occasioned by the present conditions of living of thousands of widows and needy families in Burundi. 

From these pictures,  you can see how is the condition of living of those widows and orphans that JRMD is serving in the area. Your help would enable JRMD provide shelters to 100 widow families and orphans. So far, we have built 3 houses for 3 widow families of the 100 homes we plan to build in Buganda.  97  widow families and orphans, still need shelters, where they can live in security and peacefully.

Providing shelters to widows, orphans and needy families will help reduce the expansion of AIDS and the mortality, occasioned by the present conditions of living of thousands of widows and needy families in Burundi. 

With the help of JRMD Home Building Team,  86 of 100 widow and orphan families have already made enough bricks to build their houses.  As soon, as funds to purchase construction materials are raised, with the help of JRMD home building team, the work of roofing houses already built at the stage of roofing will begin.

Until our project is fully funded, we will be sending you regular reports about our work. You'll know what your donation has helped fund, what accomplishments we have achieved and what our current needs are. Donation can be made through the following link: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/providing-shelters-to-100-widows-in-buganda/

Prosper Ndabishuriye

General Coordinator and Founder

A house under construction #1
A house under construction #1
A house under construction #2
A house under construction #2
Current living situation of orphans in the area
Current living situation of orphans in the area
One of 3 houses already built
One of 3 houses already built
Jun 25, 2014

STUDENTS EXCITED TO LEARN HOW TO USE A COMPUTER

A motorcycle taxi transporting students
A motorcycle taxi transporting students

                                             STUDENTS EXCITED TO LEARN HOW TO USE A COMPUTER

The Students of Iwacu Kazoza School are excited to use a computer for their first time. They are very grateful to each of those who continue to make their donations so that they can continue to have access to education. “There is no doubt that these computers will contribute to a good education that we are receiving from Iwacu Kazoza School”, said the students.

More computers are still needed at Iwacu Kazoza School   to help continue to provide a good education to the 450 students schooling at the above mentioned school.

I would like to take this opportunity to inform our donors and friends that the June 25th Matching donations day is a good opportunity and way to help fund the school Budget of Iwacu Kazoza School for the 2014-2015 school year, when every donation made to JRMD will be doubled from $10 up to $1,000.

This matching donations begins today, June 25, at 9:00 AM (Pacific Standard Time (PST) or at 12:00 PM  (EDT). There are $200,000 available in matching funds from Microsoft. Matching is applied at 100% for every donation from $10 up to $1,000 per donor per project, until matching funds run out. Please, make your donation through the following link, within the first 15 minutes, thus between 9:00-9:15 AM (PST) or 12:00 -12:15 PM (EDT), as matching funds are limited and can run out before a scheduled time:

http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/providing-education-to-450-Children-in-ruhagarika/

Funds raised will be used to continue provide education to 450 students, schooling at Iwacu Kazoza School for the school year 2014-2015.  Because of donors like you, these underprivileged children can continue to access education, so important to their future and the future of our community.

I encourage our donors and friends to donate within the first 15 minutes, as above indicated .

Once again, thank you for your commitment and faithfulness to continue to help financially the 450 underprivileged kids have access to education.

Prosper Ndabishuriye

General Coordinator and Founder /JRMD/YRWD

Students learning how to use computer
Students learning how to use computer
Teaching a new way to do things
Teaching a new way to do things
Receiving 10 laptops for the school from the donor
Receiving 10 laptops for the school from the donor
New way to increase knowledge
New way to increase knowledge
STUDENTS EXCITED TO LEARN HOW TO USE A COMPUTER
STUDENTS EXCITED TO LEARN HOW TO USE A COMPUTER
 
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