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Hey Christie
Thank you very much for your question yes we was building this during the rain that is why it was in classrooms soon i will sent you the photos of our finished classroom
Looking forward to here from you
Many regards
Judy

Thank you Ken i will go through the website and see how we can benefit from this i really appreciate it
thank you
Judy

ARCHITECT WANTED to design school buildings

Status: Finished
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Help Liberia Foundation School is currently in a rented house. This building does not really meet their needs, so they have purchased a piece of land where they are planning to build a school of their own.

They would like to find an architect who can help them create detailed building plans. Ideally this would be someone who already has experience of construction in a developing country and/or of school buildings.

If you are an architect and would like to take on this task, please post here.

Help Find Organizations the Fund School Building Projects

Status: Just started
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For this task, we are looking for volunteers to conduct internet research to try and identify organizations that provide funding for school building projects in Uganda.

Please include the organization name, contact information, website addresses and any information about identified organization's particular requirements for submitting funding proposals.

Help the widow put up a three bed room house

Status: Just started
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Mawoito village is looking for people who can help find people to sponsor the construction of a three bed roomed improved house for the widowed woman in mawoito village.

This widow stays with four orphans and the house where there are staying is in a pathetic situation. Given the fact that this is a rainy season, the house is really in a sorry state.

Any assistance rendered is highly welcome.

Tonny

Worldschool Assignment - Develop a Report on Low-Cost Building Methods

Status: Finished
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A group of Worldschool students are working on developing a report featuring low cost building techniques that can be used in Cameroon so we can build a good and sustainable school building. This includes an energy system that is low cost and sustainable.

Related Questions to be answered in the report include:

1. What are low cost but sustainable building techniques that can be used in Cameroon?
2. What are the pros and cons of these building techniques?
3. What will be the costs for building the school using these techniques?

The Japanese Embassy recently contacted Bramuel by phone to inform him that they want to come out and visit the hospital again early next year. They told him that a date will be arranged and confirmed via letter. Bramuel explained that if they consider funding a project in Kenya that they will always arrange to come see the land. The person who called was a new person that Bramuel has not heard from before, so we remain really hopeful that the embassy will be able to provide the support needed to build.

Kind regards-

Jennifer

This is a volunteer run organization based in the United States that may be good to contact about partnering with your NGO to help the school. It looks like they provide support with fundraising and also volunteers on the ground.

http://www.cameroonsupportorganization.org/school_new.html

I think it would be good to contact them and provide an introduction to Goodness and Mercy Missions to see if they might be able to partner with you.

Regards-

Jennifer

From their website:

"Our aim is to raise money to build schools in rural Africa through our partner NGO Strategic Humanitarian Services (SHUMAS), Cameroon.

In addition to clean, hygienic and well-constructed classrooms, we aim to ensure clean drinking water and sanitation facilities are available at each of the schools we support, in order to help improve the health of the children."

http://www.schoolsforafrica.co.uk/

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