The Staffs and Pupils of Youna Basic cycle is the proud beneficiary of the installation of the solar electricity as a gesture from the Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia .The Foundation has helped to provide them with light both in the classrooms and offices. The advert of solar light in the school has also helped to ease the burden on office duties especially in the area of electronic devices, like computer and charging cell phones. During an interview with Argata Same
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The Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia over the past six years have a collaboration with the Noorderpoort College through the help of Albert Vlaardingerbroek has being donating laptops. This collaboration has being in existence over the past years. In 2014, an amount of one hundred and fifty (150) laptops were donated to FHAG. Fifty (50)of them went to MOBSE and the remaining hundred were distributed to schools sponsored by FHAG. This laptops were used for the past years.According to the beneficiaries
Whereas before 120 children at a school of totalling 1200 children had to share 1 toilet, now this caveat is solved. By the completion of this project overall hygiene and comfort at the school will be raised to new levels thanks to the support of various sponsors from the Netherlands.
In continuation of our post we provide you with some pictures showing the near completion of the project.
Yuna Basic cycle School has been sponsored by many foundations and private persons in the past years. One of these sponsors decided together with the head teacher of the school that extension of the existing solar pwowr unit would be necessary for the school. Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia was requested to monitor this project. So several visits to the school were sceduled and during these visits there raised concern abpout the idea for solar. The school and the building were
Activities in this area consist of: Support of existing schools in their further deployment / continuity Financial support of highly motivated students
The FHAG was requested to organize the provisioning of school furniture for the Yuna (Youna) Basic cycle school. By having the furniture produced in Gambia itself instead of importing it from abroad a broader impulse was provided towards economic activity and self-sustainability.