£3,886 donated to schools in The Gambia

Posted on May 27, 2015 by Kathryn Burrington

Blog > £3,886 donated to schools in The Gambia

Last month The Gambia Experience’s School Development Fund donated a total of £3,886 to four schools in The Gambia.

This is all thanks to the wonderful donations made by guests and staff, as well as the company itself.

 

Toniataba Lower Basic School

Toilet Block

Sering, one of our Gambia Experience representatives in resort, presents £1,243 to Mr Charty from Toniataba Lower Basic School to fund the building of a new toilet block made up of 8 pit latrines. Currently the school has only 4 latrines shared by a total of 425 students and staff, so the new toilet block is in great need.

Toniataba Lower Basic School

 

Sukuta Lower Basic School

School Fence

Mr Kanuteh is presented £327 by The Gambia Experience representative, Wally, to fund the building of a school fence.

Sukuta Lower Basic School

 

Niani Senior Secondary School

Rehabilitation of Computer Lab

Wally and Sering present £1,640 to Mr Kanyi to enable much needed renovation work to proceed for Niani Senior Secondary School’s computer room which is in dire need of extensive repairs.

Niani Senior Secondary School

 

Brufut Lower Basic School 

Rehabilitation of Staff Room

Wally, presents Mr Sonko, from Brufut Lower Basic School with £676 to fund the rehabilitation of the school’s staff room.

Brufut Lower Basic School

To find out more about the fund or to make a donation please visit

The School Development Fund’s website.

 

 

 

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