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Jack and Jill School Choma Supporters

Penwortham, Preston

£276.56 raised

20 supporters

About Jack and Jill School Choma Supporters

Jack and Jill School is located in Choma, Zambia and our aim is to sponsor disadvantaged children, mainly those affected by HIV/Aids to attend the school. At the present time we are sponsoring 20 children and welcome new sponsors and any fundraising.School in Zambia.In Zambia education is not compulsory and it is not free. Our main purpose is:1. To buy an existing house and land that is being is currently being used as a school for 96 children. There are 5 teachers and 2 assistants. Conditions are very cramped and overcrowded. Facilities are poor and dangerous.2. To renovate the existing building and create 3 classrooms. To build another unit to house 2 further classrooms, making 5 classrooms in total. The classrooms will be designed to hold 30 children each, making a total pupil count of 150 each school year.3. To furnish the classrooms and provide learning materials.4. To make safe play areas outdoors.5. To provide hand rails and ramps for disabled pupils.6. To provide office equipment, including a computer and a printer.7. To staff the school with qualified teachers for a minimum of 5 years.8. The organisation we are working with is Luyando Home Based Care. This is a registered authority looking after needy families concentrating on HIV/Aids orphans, half orphans from devastated families. This organisation will identify the most disadvantaged children on our behalf. They will monitor progress and organise health checks.Scale of the project is:5 classrooms x 30 children = 150 children. 1 office, 2 toilets with washing facilities, an outdoor play area and fresh water facilities.Initially a five year plan and beyond, providing one head teacher, five teachers, two assistants, one caretaker, school equipment and office equipment. The beneficiaries will be children who would not otherwise have any chance of attending school. The childrens extended family will also benefit from the school and medical support. Home necessities, such as beds may be identified and specific sponsorship sourced by our group.

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