Education  Ghana Project #39977

Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils

by Assinman Yes We Can Foundation
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Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils
Support Shelter for Assin Nduaso School Pupils

Summary

This Project seeks to put over 200 School kids in Assin Nduaso, a community in the Central Region of Ghana who were displaced from their classrooms in a disastrous rainstorm that ripped off the roof of their school building and also horribly pulled down the entire building back to school normally. These kids need help to get back to their normal learning activities which has been difficult since the disaster some few months ago. Your help could put smiles back to the faces of these kids.

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Challenge

Over 200 pupils in Assin Nduaso in the Central Region of Ghana are currently learning under extremely difficult conditions ever since their three classroom block was ripped off and pulled down by a heavy rainstorm. The community so far have done their best in putting the children in a dilapidated old building. These pupils are under serious risk of experiencing the same disaster two years ago. Pupils and teachers are sent home whenever it is about to rain. Rains are coming and only God knows..

Solution

This project will provide a permanent classroom block for the pupils and teachers to keep them safe. School properties such as Teaching and Learning Materials and other electronic gadgets which are at the mercy of the weather will now be kept safe. Results in the Basic Education Certificate Examination which has deteriorated since the disaster shall be improved with continued teaching and learning in their new classroom

Long-Term Impact

The project will serve the pupils in primary school who are yet to enter Junior High School. It will also keep pupils and teachers in school to improve teaching and learning. Teachers will in future accept postings to the school which they have been refusing due to the nature of school block currently available. The project shall give future children the hope of studying in a more conducive classroom unlike the horrible structure they now witness.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

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Organization Information

Assinman Yes We Can Foundation

Location: Assin Foso, Central Region - Ghana
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Twitter: @https://mobile.honfiifibaako
Assinman Yes We Can Foundation
Richard Kuntuo-asare
Project Leader:
Richard Kuntuo-asare
Assin Foso, Central Region Ghana

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