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The Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions of St. Teresa’s School, Rangamati made a decision to support the students who are economically poor and are unable to pay the tuition fees as well as do not get access to IT learning facilities. It becomes more difficult for the families who have two or more children in the same family. To address these needs of the students at St. Teresa’s School, the sisters would like to obtain funds for purchasing computers, printers, to provide internet facilities and materials for the science lab.
Your generous support will help our students to have access to modern technology and be able to learn better for their future career.
In 2019, the RNDM Sisters opened a pre-nursery class with 55 young children from Gwal Toli village, providing quality education to all the tribal children of the locality. Today, the school serves 200 plus children from nursery classes to class one. The school building was built with the support of CEI and the Australian Province. Currently, the school is in need of a water-purifying plant as the drinking water has a high iron content. Also due to the increase of students and classrooms, we require more furniture. We also run tuition classes in the villages to support those who go to public school, providing quality education, motivation and confidence for a better future.
Your gift will give a chance to access quality education and provide furniture and equipment for the tribal children
Our present reality calls us to be more creative in the use of resources of Mother Earth. At Hogar Belen, where we look after children and people who are differently abled, we are doing our best to find new ways to reduce pollution and protect the environment. Moquegua is called - “The land of the Sun and Friendship”, therefore it offers a great opportunity for solar energy. Our goal is to move towards green energy, by installing solar panels and reduce our carbon footprint. The installation of solar power will also contribute to reduce the electricity bills. Having clean energy can also bring a change in people’s mindset and a new awareness of the need to protect our Common Home.
Your help would be a great contribution to our Hogar Belen Home.
The targeted beneficiaries of this project are such vulnerable people who deserve to be provided with help and support.
The Sisters of Kenyan province started a school in Mbajone in 2020. A small structure was then built up, and the school is still in its initial stage of its construction. The objective of the school is to develop Euphrasie School into a full-fledged pre-primary and primary school. It has to be supported with furniture, stationery and other facilities, so that the dis-advantaged students may get equal opportunity for quality education. The nearest school is five kms away and the little children have to walk a good distance to go to other public schools. Therefore, we want to provide basic necessities for a good learning environment to the children who live in poverty at Mbajone and its neighbouring villages.
Your generous support will be a great help to our students.
We request your collaboration in supporting these ethnic children for whom we hope to provide a better future.