Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia

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Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia
Pupils at School
Pupils at School

On behalf of Rural Children’s Hope executive management, I would like to thank you all our partners including GlobalGiving Platform for your financial support that has made it possible to start the foundation of the new Classrooms block and for the continued support given to Rural Children’s Hope project.

Thank you.

Faithfully yours

Lusaka, 16th March 2020

Christine N. Mwasiti, PGDipPH, BSCD, BBA

Rural Children’s Hope CEO

Project Report

On behalf of Rural Children’s Hope Executive management, I would like to acknowledge receipts of USD 365.50 equivalent to ZMW 4,679.86 received on 30th October 2019 and USD 310.50 equivalent to ZMW 4,362 received on 4thFebruary 2020; making a total of USD 676 Equivalent to ZMW 9,041.86.

Thank you again to all our partners for your continued support to ensure that underprivileged children’s in Rural areas have access to quality and equitable Education in Zambia.

The above money will be used in the next quarter reason being that, due to rain seasons, we could not buy more cements or continue constructing. During this period our community leaders and members who assist us in mobilising local materials such as bricks, sand and water are busy with farming. Last year and the  beginning of this year we had a lot of rains that damaged even the road. Below are pictures of the project site.

Road to School: Eroded by Rains
Road to School: Eroded by Rains
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 Dear partners,

On behalf of Rural Children’s Hope executive management, I would like to thank you all our partners including GlobalGiving Platform for your financial support that has made it possible to start the foundation of the new Classrooms block and for the continued support given to Rural Children’s Hope project.

Thank you.

Faithfully yours

Lusaka, 16th March 2020

Christine N. Mwasiti, PGDipPH, BSCD, BBA

Rural Children’s Hope CEO

 

Project Report

On behalf of Rural Children’s Hope Executive management, I would like to acknowledge receipts of USD 365.50 equivalent to ZMW 4,679.86 received on 30thOctober 2019 and USD 310.50 equivalent to ZMW 4,362 received on 4th February 2020; making a total of USD 676 Equivalent to ZMW 9,041.86.

Thank you again to all our partners for your continued support to ensure that underprivileged children’s in Rural areas have access to quality and equitable Education in Zambia.

The above money will be used in the next quarter reason being that, due to rain seasons, we could not buy more cements or continue constructing. During this period our community leaders and members who assist us in mobilising local materials such as bricks, sand and water are busy with farming. Last year and the  beginning of this year we had a lot of rains that damaged even the road. Below are pictures of the project site.

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Dear partners, On behalf of Rural Children’s Hope executive management, I would like to say thank you for your support toward our Nyamasinda Village, Sinda District, rural Zambia project. Project Title: Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia Project Report The project has been progressing steadily with the financial support of our partners through Global Giving and the community participation we have managed to build the foundation box for a 1x3 classrooms block. Looking forward to more donation for the construction of the walls and roofing of this new 1x3 classroom. Below are the pictures showing the work done. Picture 1: Foundation box digging for the new 1x3 classroom block Picture 2: Bricklayer is Mr Sakala, from Lusaka, working closely with the local manpower in the construction of the classroom foundation. Community involvement has been key in the success of this project. They provide local materials such as bricks, sand… Thank you. Christine

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Dear partners,

On behalf of Rural Children’s Hope executive management, I would like to say thank you for your support toward our Nyamasinda Village, Sinda District, rural Zambia project.

Project  Title:

Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia

Project Report

The project has been progressing steadily with the financial support of our partners through Global Giving and the community participation we have managed to build the foundation box for a 1x3 classrooms block. Looking forward to more donation for the construction of the walls and roofing of this new 1x3 classroom. 

Below are the pictures showing the work done.

Picture 1: Foundation box digging for the new 1x3 classroom block

Picture 2: Bricklayer is Mr Sakala, from Lusaka, working closely with the local manpower in the construction of the classroom foundation.  

Community involvement has been key in the success of this project. They provide local materials such as bricks, sand…


Thank you.
Christine 

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings 

Below is the month of August2019  Progress report, highlighting activities being done on the ground. Your support towards this project to ensure quality education( Sustainable  development goals 4) is really appreciated.

Project  Title:

Build 1x4 classroom block for 300 pupils in Zambia

Project Report

The money received was used to buy forty bags of cement that will be use to build the foundation of the new school block. The foundation box was done by community members as part of their contribution to the project to ensure community participation and sense of ownership.

Christine N. Mwasiti, PGDipPH, BSCD, BBA

Rural Children’s Hope CEO



Pictures:
Cement bought for the project 
Community members dining the foundation box at Nyamasinda School
Receipt of the procured materials 




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Save the Girls

Location: Lusaka - Zambia
Project Leader:
Dhally Menda
Lusaka, Zambia
$7,024 raised of $45,000 goal
 
137 donations
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