Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!

A microproject by Stichting Kinderhulp Afrika
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!
Jan 14, 2022

Final touches!

Wall under construction.
Wall under construction.

Final Update
Thanks to all our donors!

We are incredibly grateful to the people who have supported this microproject,

Build a high security wall & keep our campus safe!

Security is a basic human right and one of our top priorities, so we are really pleased to report that last week work resumed on the building of the campus wall, and we are making great progress toward completion by the end of January!

Work was delayed due to a very severe and lengthy rainy season that led to widespread flooding in the area. The foundations of the wall had only just been finished when the rains started, and they really took a battering - but thanks to the great workmanship of our building team led by Kasi they survived! You can see pictures of the foundations being laid in a report from our main Project SAM. Click here: Reports on Help vulnerable children go to preschool in Uganda - GlobalGiving

The safety of our 800+ pupils is our top priority, and the perimeter wall is vital to protect people, property and equipment on the entire campus day and night. Replacement of over 300 meters of inadequate fencing with high security walling will help provide a safer and more relaxed environment for the children and staff as they learn and work. It will give reassurance to patients using our clinic to get medical attention – so will also help our neighbours and have a knock-on effect in the local community.

Thank you to all our supporters and followers on GlobalGivingfor your support for this microproject, which will be of immediate practical benefit to very many people, and into the future.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office via the website or myself personally, jill@kinderhulp-afrika.nl. I would love to hear from you.

 

STOP PRESS: We are delighted to report that after nearly two years of coronavirus closure the schools and SAM reopened on 10th January 2022! I will be writing a new report for SAM with pictures of the children returning to school in the very near future!

Hard at work with the final bricks.
Hard at work with the final bricks.
This section is very nearly finished!
This section is very nearly finished!
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Stichting Kinderhulp Afrika

Location: 1430 AB AALSMEER, Aalsmeer - Netherlands
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Project Leader:
Jill van Leeuwen
1430 AB AALSMEER, Aalsmeer Netherlands

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