As the nearest government school to Jatituhu hamlet is a 4km walk on steep tracks with no public transport and dangerous in the rainy season, the Jatituhu community relies on EBPP's community school to provide their children's education. However, from January 2018, we face difficulties as the present donor can no longer continue financial support. With your help, we can continue providing comprehensive education for these 28 Jatituhu students, 3 of whom will graduate high school in 2018
Your help with financial support so we can continue the education programs for 28 Jatituhu school students. In addition to the national curriculum, we teach additional classes in art, computer & financial literacy, reproductive health, and vocational training to optimize their potential and empower them for an independent future. The education budget will be allocated to pay for EBPP expert teachers, site transport, learning materials as well as nutritional daily meals, health and hygiene needs
By continuing to provide comprehensive and integrated education for these children and all the children of Ban Village, they and future generations will become agents of change with the potential to lead their communities to a future of sustainable social and economic development. These 28 Jatituhu children represent the 105 families in Jatituhu hamlet and the whole community looks to their newly educated children to guide them to a better and more prosperous future
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