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Jul 6, 2015 5:52 EST

To build and stabilize the School: Provide water to the school, Provide desk for the students, to make proper floors for the classrooms, repair the washrooms facilities

iCrowdNewswire - Jul 6, 2015

To build and stabilize the School

 

My name is Simon Munongo Kasongo from Democratic Republic of Congo

This is the reason we need your help 4.4 million Congolese children, including one third of primary aged and 84 percent of secondary  aged students do not attend school. Poverty means many families cannot afford school uniforms and supplies for their children, and instead force them to work to support their households. The average life expectancy is just 49 years, and 1 in 5 children die before the age of five mainly from malaria and malnutrition.

We are expecting your contributions as we will be able to: – Provide water to the school, Provide desk for the students, to make proper floors for the classrooms, repair the washrooms facilities, build and stabilize the school, build and complete new/additional classrooms, provide for the education and support of poor and orphaned children.

This school functions as primary ,junior high, and senior high school and also offers vocational/ trade education at the community college level.

The student population is both males and females ranging in age from 5 years to 22 years.

Funds are needed for many things to:

– Provide water to the school

– Provide desks for the students

– Repair the washroom facilities

We may need more than $15,000 but for now we are looking for $15,000 and the money will be 100% spend on schools problems as you can see on pictures.

We will provide a thank you letters to all our contributors and they will be update on every level of progress as well.

Please help us to provide better education to kids and we would like to ask you to share this to your network as well.

It’s possible to build a better place for every child.

 

Contact Information:

Complexe Scolaire Kibabu

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