Children  China Project #1870

Reconstructing earthquake-damaged schools in China

by Oxfam Hong Kong


This project re-constructs 2 earthquake-damaged schools and other facilities for 104 school children in Yunnan, China.

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There were 3 earthquakes taking place in Daguan County of Yunnan Province from July to September in 2006. The triple quakes destroyed one primary school in Gaoqiao Township and one in Jili Township. This project aims to rebuild school buildings and other facilities for the Pingzi and the Chayuan Primary Schools to enable 104 school children to study in a safe environment.


For Chayuan school, to re-build a school building, toilet, 1 table tennis table and 24 sets of desks and chairs; For Pingzi school, to re-build a school building, toilet, 1 basketball rack, 1 methane gas pool and 1 table tennis table.

Long-Term Impact

The project rebuilds earthquake-damaged schools for 104 children. Children will no longer have to study in a dangerous environment and the new school will attract more students to study which in turn can help lift them out from poverty in the future.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).



Organization Information

Oxfam Hong Kong

Location: Hong Kong SAR, SAR - China
Website: http:/​/​
Pamela Lee
Project Leader:
Pamela Lee
Donor Development Officer
Hong Kong SAR, China

Funded Project!

Thanks to 65 donors like you, a total of $18,564 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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