Kisarawe School Project

Chicken farm and Goats

Besides the chicken business, which is going well, the school farm has both layers as broilers and both have produced such that we have already been able to expand. We also have goats. We started with only two mid last year and now we have 6 female goats and they are expanding steadily and we hope will make the school a sustainable school.

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Metal Fabrication and Welding Machine

Fitting the first classroom block with windows and door frames was very expensive as well as costly due to transporting them. The Kisarawe school building team evaluated and advised that it would be cheaper to make such doors and windows by the school, than buying them. And as the school construction is still happening, we are constantly looking at how we can keep construction costs low and affordable but endurable.

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Project Progress Update 2019

This update is to give you an overview on what has already happened at the Kisarawe School Project and how we plan to continue. For more information on the project, please refer to the project menu.

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Church Chairs

Last year, an event was organised together with “Zus en Zo” at “De Ark”. 200 Euros were collected at that event and during summer, 45 chairs were bought from this money. Now people no longer need to sit on the floor or collect the school desks from the school (which can bring damage being moved all the time), but can sit comfortably while listening to Gods Word during the church services. Besides them being used in the church, they can now host community meetings and have the members of the community have a proper seat during these meetings and gatherings. We thank the women of Zus en Zo and De Ark.

Donating Computers

We received over 50 laptops through a donation from LIVIT and we have been able to refurbish over 20 of these with English version of operating system and delivered 10 laptop computers to the Kisarawe community school already. They were handled over to the project manager of the school and during the hand over we had over 20 students who were excited to receive them.

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