Posts about Construction
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.
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.
I REPORTED ON THE BLOWN ROOF AT OUR SCHOOL IN AUGUST. THE BLOCK STILL HAS NO ROOFING SHEETS AND IT IS OPEN. I AM APPEALING TO THE WORLD OUT THERE TO LOOK INTO OUR PROBLEM AND SEE HOW THEY CAN HELP US AS WE HELP MANY SOULS IN OUR COMMUNITY.
MARIA MOTHER OF CHARITY RELIEF HOME INTERNATIONAL
Recently, Bramuel visited the Japanese Embassy in Kenya to inquire about funding for the new hospital construction. The Embassy in turn sent a representative to visit the hospital. They were very impressed with the overall organization and invited Arrow Web Hospital to submit a letter of intent to the Embassy. If this goes well, they may then be invited to submit a full proposal.
For this task, we are looking for experienced writers who can work with Bramuel to compose the letter of intent. Here are two resources that may be useful to help you get started:
Us all of are aware on the challenge we are facing this year that we need to put up even if is a temporary blog to make sure that city council can not take away the Land which was donated to Arrow Web Hospital a few years ago so that we can build our own facility. Having our own facility will allow us to free up about $500, now spent on rent, that we can then invest in making ongoing improvements to our medical facility. The hospital has been told that we need to do something to develop this property this year, or we risk losing it.