The Prince & Princess Academy Project Team wishes to thank American Women for International Understanding (AWIU) for giving us a grant of $3,000 to construct the washrooms of the school. We wish to thank Tanja Roser and Belen Zamanillo Mateo for your immense roles in the grant application process. Great team work!!
The Prince and Princess Academy Project Team has been able to complete the plastering of the walls and floor works of the school. All five classrooms were plastered and floored with mortar and concrete. In the near future, we can use floor tiles for the floor of the classrooms.
It was part of our plans to use the donations to construct the washrooms for both students and teachers but due to the rainy weather, we decided to use the funds to complete the plastering and floor works of the classrooms since that is an internal activity.
One of our team members Belen Zamanillo Mateo came from Spain to witness the activities of the project as well.
The next stage of the project is to fix the ceiling of the classrooms, fix metal doors and windows, complete the electrical wiring, build the washrooms and fence the school.
We are working hard to upload a video update of the project on our project website very soon.
The Prince and Princess Academy Project Team wish to thank all donors and supporters for your continuous support to making the dream of providing quality education for your children in our community and we hope you will continue to support us more to complete the school soon.
The Prince and Princess Academy Project Team has begun the plastering of the school walls and floor works. We will soon upload a video update of the event. We wish to thank all supporters and we hope you will continue to support the project to finish the school.
The Prince & Princess Academy Project Team were planning to construct the washrooms of the school but the rainy weather will destruct such an activity, therefore, we have decided to work on plastering the walls with mortar and casting concrete on the floor of the classrooms. The road leading to the school is almost completed. One of our project team members from Spain Belen will join us again soon to begin the work! We still need your support to continue the construction of the school. Thank you!
With the help of some community members and the chainsaw operator, we were able to remove the tree stump and also packed the molded blocks. Thanks for your support. We hope you will continue to support the school building project.