Building Student Housing in Kenya
In 2006, Crooked Trails supported the educational system in the community of Merrueshi, Kenya by helping fund the construction of a secondary school. This school has now become a widely-recognized scholastic center, where children come from far away for the higher learning standards. Room and board must be provided by the school, and as the student body grows the need to feed and house these children does as well. There is an urgent need to build a new dormitory to deal with the resulting overcrowding.
The school administrators have requested two new dormitory buildings to help house students in the primary school. The budget is $25,000 or a girls’ dorm, which will house 100 students, and $20,000 for a boys’ dorm, which will house 80 students. The buildings can be completed in one month’s time once the funds are obtained. Monies will be collected until we meet the goal. The construction will be done by the local community and managed by the Maasai Association, our trusted partner NGO located in Merrueshi, founded and directed by Kakuta Hamisi.
Building a Dormitory in Kenya
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