A plan to complete 4 classrooms for 120 children of families living with HIV is intended to provide basic education. This is done through identifying beneficiaries, employing teachers, providing scholastic materials, providing food and constructing a learning space
Levels of HIV/AIDS infection in Nimule (South Sudan) are among the highest in South Sudan due to its position on the border with East African countries. This mix of populations has caused the HIV/AIDS virus to spread very fast.HIV/AIDS often results in people who are unable to support themselves and their families likewise school fees
Completion of 4 classrooms by roofing, plastering, fixing the doors and windows and painting will provide a learning space for 120 children of families living with HIV. This will in turn provide life skill and knowledge necessary to serve the people of South Sudan.
The project will provide education opportunity for 120 children of families living with HIV leading to improvement of their life skills and knowledge necessary for serving the entire people of South Sudan