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This page attempts to break down medical restrictions—that is, if you have a certain restriction, what countries will accept that restriction? This is in no way complete and should be considered an on-going project. Also, please keep in mind that sometimes, even though a medical condition is generally accepted in a country—that there can be personal complications that could affect one person and not another.  
|site=Akrpo-Misserete
 
|project=Rent the Books
 
|country=Benin
 
|firstname=M
 
|lastname=Pratt
 
|state=Alabama
 
|communityfunds=4,872.00
 
|projectnumber=680-099
 
|projectyear=2005
 
}}
 
There are 1500 students in the secondary school in Akrpo-Misserete, Benin, yet only 300 of these students have the required textbooks needed for school. The economy is based on agriculture and small commerce. One vital dependency that is fulfilled is education. This project's primary objective is to buy 2000 textbooks, then rent these books to students for a small fee.
 
  
This project was born after a round-table discussion between students and teachers, in which the lack of textbooks was cause for disillusionment among the students.The program will allow students who do not have access to textbooks to rent them for a small fee from the school library. The money collected will be re-invested with the library to purchase new textbooks.
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''This information was compiled from a survey and additions and should be considered incomplete/fluid.''
  
Partnership funds will be used for the initial purchase of 2000 textbooks. The community will be contributing 36% cash of the total project cost.
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'''Countries Able to Accomodate'''<br>
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* Moldova
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'''Countries Unable to Accomodate'''<br>
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[[Category:Medical_Restrictions]]

Latest revision as of 13:16, 23 August 2016

This page attempts to break down medical restrictions—that is, if you have a certain restriction, what countries will accept that restriction? This is in no way complete and should be considered an on-going project. Also, please keep in mind that sometimes, even though a medical condition is generally accepted in a country—that there can be personal complications that could affect one person and not another.

This information was compiled from a survey and additions and should be considered incomplete/fluid.

Countries Able to Accomodate

  • Moldova

Countries Unable to Accomodate