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The school stands to be in need of its own land to build up classes which can ease the poor conditioned structure that children are learning from at the moment Neighbours can look into this fact and find out possible ways of raising funds to purchase land and build our own school which can later or sooner serve a full primary school.In Kenya a full primary school needs up to eleven rooms.
As the learning centre works with children from poor families the centre has found a feeding program necessary to draw attention of these children to school.Many of these children have no food in their homes making it hard for them to carry on with learning on empty stomachs.This has discouraged some of them to go on to fend food rather than keeping at school.
As the school is handling children from a poor background of whom some have lost their parents, learning materials become a big problem purchasing them by themselves.
The school does not have desks but children just use benches while others just sit on a mud floor as they do their writing from their laps which makes very it hard and inconveniencing.This makes the process of learning uncomfortable.
The school therefore need about 40 desks to accommodate this number of children for proper learning to take place.
Discussion space to improve resources for Neighbours.
FYI: NABUUR User guide from 2007 is attached here.
Discussion space to improve resources and processes for Local Representatives.
Discussion space to improve resources for Facilitators. Attached the guides that have been developed in the past, and can be built on.
You can help us tell the world about the good things happening at Arrow Web Hospital and the work they are doing to promote health and wellness in the Kayole-Soweto community. Here are some things you can do to help us market the hospital and develop positive professional relationships around the world:
1. Arrow Web Hospital has developed a solid list of followers at Twitter. We would love to have more. If you use Twitter, recommend us to your friends and follow our tweets. We are @arrowwebhosp, add us to your list, or recommend us on a #followfriday
The last step required to achieve level-A accreditation status under NHIF is for Arrow Web Hospital to secure an X-ray machine, baby incubator and ultrasound equipment. With each level of accreditation under NHIF, the amount of money the hospital is reimbursed per card-carrying patient per month increases. This equipment will also again allow the hospital to accept referrals from other areas, also increasing the amount of reimbursement they receive.
One of the next items that will be of great use to Arrow Web Hospital is a full dental kit. If the hospital is able to secure a dental kit, they will then be able to employ a dentist. This will allow the hospital to accept referrals and treat people in their local community who presently have no other local options for dental care and oral hygiene. They would also be able to offer training and education to the local community on the importance of oral health.
For this task, we are asking volunteers to research possible options to help Arrow Web Hospital secure the dental kit they need.