The Ngilima Primary School was closed for about five years and only reopened in early 2018 due to the occupation of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in the area.
The Ngilima Teacher’s Committee approached RainShine to provide financial assistance to rebuild their school in sustainable materials, i.e. hardwood, tin and brick.
This program commenced in late 2020 with the purpose of constructing the Ngilima Primary school across a number of estimation/construction stages and phases. The first stage and its two phases have completed and successfully delivered 21,000 bricks manufactered by workers in the local community. These bricks will be used in the construction of two school buildings.
The second stage has now commenced and this will deliver the concrete foundations for the 1st school block with three classrooms. This stage is organised around 4 estimate/construction phases. On completion of the second stage and its phases, the third stage will commence and its purpose will be to construct the second school building, which will provide another three classrooms.
Help our children achieve a comfortable learning environment for improved educational outcomes at Ngilima primary school. Please enter your contribution below. For Australian residents your donation $2 and over is tax deductable. This is what your contribution will give towards building the Ngilima primary school in durable materials. All amounts are in AUD.
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