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  • Education
  • Youth
  • Technology
This grant seeks funds to aide in the construction of a computer lab to be built at the secondary school. The grant will aid in the construction of an entirely new block to house roughly 18-20 computers. The community is willing to gather all materials needed for the construction of …
Goal
$7,817.56
  • Education
  • Community Growth
  • Youth
This project is a rehabilitation of the local primary school, with the objective of bringing the school to full working order, whereby each classroom and block can be used to its full potential again. In short, this project will redo the chalkboards in every class, the floors in grades 1-7, …
Goal
$6,146.25
  • Education
  • Community Growth
  • Youth
The local school has already built the structure for a fourth school block that includes three new classrooms and two offices. While originally meant to be funded by the community, the drought this year has left families without earnings and therefore the inability to pay the school fees that would …
Goal
$12,630.33
  • Education
  • Youth
In 2005, the Community Nursery School was built. Currently, it serves four villages in an attempt to bring early childhood education to its community. Its primary objective was to improve the quality of education local children received prior to entering primary school. After completing nursery school, the pupils within the …
Goal
$14,089.95
  • Health
  • Women & Gender
The Rural Health Center currently serves between 14,500 and 15,000 individuals from 12 different catchment areas and over 30 different villages. Four of the current catchment areas are over 20 km from the clinic. Based on population, annually, the clinic expects to have 610 births or about 51 births monthly. …
Goal
$9,833.54
  • Education
  • Youth
Our community has decided to address issues of illiteracy in our schools with the construction of a library coupled with comprehensive and remedial literacy classes for students of all ages and grades that are needing the help. The two schools and the larger community is working together on the structure, …
Goal
$12,013.23
  • Education
  • Community Growth
The Primary School Beautification Project aims to repair and/or replace school materials and equipment which are old, damaged, defective, or no longer relevant (e.g., old textbooks) in order to create a school environment more conducive to learning for students and professional development for teachers. Following the implementation of grant funds …
Goal
$8,200.46
  • Environment
  • Community Growth
  • Agriculture
Our community would like to build a resource center for community members to utilize in accessing information on topics which will increase local capacity building. Books and manuals on topics such as aquaculture, forestry, agriculture, animal husbandry, beekeeping, economics, and language will all be found in the resource center and …
Goal
$12,317.08
  • Health
  • Agriculture
When I first arrived at my site, it happened to be during the time of a corridor disease outbreak. My first day, my family had 23 cattle, two months later we had none left. In the Tonga culture, cows are commodity and a necessity. A family that has cattle has …
Funding Complete
Total Raised
$6,986.92