Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition

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The community of Abomey, Benin would like to renovate its existing 30 year old secondary school. The community is looking to repair the roofs, windows, structural damage to the floors, provide electricity for each classroom, and paint the entire school. In addition, the community would like to further improve the school by constructing two additional classrooms. This would provide a classroom for each of the 30 classes at the secondary school. Currently two classes are forced to move from classroom to classroom to hold their lessons. In addition, the benefits of the school renovation and addition will be felt far beyond the immediate occupants of it. A by-product of the construction will be the transfer of knowledge and skills to a number of apprentices in masonry, carpentry, electric circuitry, and plumbing. Dedicated to providing a higher quality of education to its children, the community will provide a cash contribution, materials, and skilled and unskilled labor .The current director of the school will be leading this effort and is a motivated, dedicated, and talented individual who has spearheaded projects of this nature in the past. He has garnered the support of the local parent association and convinced them to provide the community contribution. The additional help from communities here in the U.S. can allow the Abomey community to provide a safe, comfortable, and stimulating learning environment for its many students.
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The community of [[Abomey]], [[Benin]] would like to renovate its existing 30 year old secondary school. The community is looking to repair the roofs, windows, structural damage to the floors, provide electricity for each classroom, and paint the entire school. In addition, the community would like to further improve the school by constructing two additional classrooms. This would provide a classroom for each of the 30 classes at the secondary school. Currently two classes are forced to move from classroom to classroom to hold their lessons. In addition, the benefits of the school renovation and addition will be felt far beyond the immediate occupants of it. A by-product of the construction will be the transfer of knowledge and skills to a number of apprentices in masonry, carpentry, electric circuitry, and plumbing. Dedicated to providing a higher quality of education to its children, the community will provide a cash contribution, materials, and skilled and unskilled labor .The current director of the school will be leading this effort and is a motivated, dedicated, and talented individual who has spearheaded projects of this nature in the past. He has garnered the support of the local parent association and convinced them to provide the community contribution. The additional help from communities here in the U.S. can allow the [[Abomey]] community to provide a safe, comfortable, and stimulating learning environment for its many students.

Latest revision as of 22:37, 25 April 2009


Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition
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Community Name: Abomey
Country: Benin
Volunteer(s) Name: C Wallace
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Virginia
Funds community contributed: $3425
PPCP #: 680-080
Year of project approval: 1999
Projects started in Benin 1999 (1).
Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition
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Other Projects in Benin (21).
Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition, Ballin' in Benin, Construction of Food Processing Center, Craft Workshop for Women's Local Language Literacy School, Girl's Leadership Camp, Girls Leadership Camp, Girls' Internships, Gouka Well Construction, Library Book Project, Library and Computer Center, Literacy Initiative, Malanville Sports Center, Program for the Eradication of Informality Among Artisans, Rent the Books, Revitalizing Agricultural - Animal Husbandry Training Center … further results
State Flag of Virginia.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from Virginia (28).
Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition, Achajur Water Supply Pipeline Mapping, Assomada Solar Desalination Project, Ballin' in Benin, Mike Bouchard, Building sustainable livihoods in Tavush marze, Community Pre-school and Library, Will Dickinson, Elementary School Improvement, English Language Summer Camp, English Resource Center (Kazakhstan), Volunteers who served in Russia, Russia volunteers, Family Training Center, Feghana Nurses Technical and Non-Formal Education Trainings … further results
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Info about the Abomey Secondary School Renovation and Addition

The community of Abomey, Benin would like to renovate its existing 30 year old secondary school. The community is looking to repair the roofs, windows, structural damage to the floors, provide electricity for each classroom, and paint the entire school. In addition, the community would like to further improve the school by constructing two additional classrooms. This would provide a classroom for each of the 30 classes at the secondary school. Currently two classes are forced to move from classroom to classroom to hold their lessons. In addition, the benefits of the school renovation and addition will be felt far beyond the immediate occupants of it. A by-product of the construction will be the transfer of knowledge and skills to a number of apprentices in masonry, carpentry, electric circuitry, and plumbing. Dedicated to providing a higher quality of education to its children, the community will provide a cash contribution, materials, and skilled and unskilled labor .The current director of the school will be leading this effort and is a motivated, dedicated, and talented individual who has spearheaded projects of this nature in the past. He has garnered the support of the local parent association and convinced them to provide the community contribution. The additional help from communities here in the U.S. can allow the Abomey community to provide a safe, comfortable, and stimulating learning environment for its many students.

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