Educational Center

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Educational Center
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Country: Bulgaria
Volunteer(s) Name: E Wolner
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Minnesota
Funds community contributed: $2017.37
Percentage community contributed: 44%
Funds needed were: $2490.61
Funds requested were: $2490.61
PPCP #: 313-127
Year of project approval: 2009
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Projects started in Bulgaria 2009 (10).
"Together We Can Do More" 2009 Summer Camp, A Healthier Future for Children, A Stage for Everyone, After-School Learning Center, Community Fitness Center, Development of a Youth Basketball Program, Educational Center, Improving Access to Museum Library Information, Multi-Ethnic Camp, Seminar for Improving the Business Sector
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Other Projects in Bulgaria (33).
"Together We Can Do More" 2009 Summer Camp, 2005 Camp GLOW, A Healthier Future for Children, A Stage for Everyone, After-School Learning Center, Borino Community Education Center, Bring a Buddy Volunteer Campaign, Building Hope Through Basketball, Camp GLOW - Bulgaria 2004, Camp GLOW - Veliko Turnovo, Center for Education and Upbringing, Children with Different Destinies - Common Dreams and Ambitions, Come On Inside - A Safe Place, Community Fitness Center, Community Youth Center … further results
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Melissa Albert, Bicycle Repair Class, Borino Community Education Center, Bring a Buddy Volunteer Campaign, Doug Claycomb, Craft Workshop for Women's Local Language Literacy School, Ula Cutten, Thomas Drake, Educational Center, Nick Henry, Irrigation Initiative, Dale Jensen, Dale Jenson, Matt Jones, Lynnea West … further results
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Info about the Educational Center

Future Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization in Bulgaria. Through numerous initiatives over the past 11 years, Future Foundation has worked to improve the standard of living in the local Roma community by increasing participation in education and integration. In 2006, Future Foundation had the opportunity to create an education center for children and parents in the local Roma neighborhood. This center is often used to hold sessions about various social problems in the community, such as sexual and women’s health, HIV/AIDS, human trafficking, narcotic use, teenage marriage and pregnancy, and human rights within the workplace. The center is also used for meetings with parents and teachers, a women’s group, and regional initiative groups interested in starting similar work in their communities.

Currently the educational center is in need of some repairs. This project will predominantly aid in the remodeling of the bathroom area and the roof. The lack of bathroom facilities greatly hinders the amount of time people can spend in the center, and if the existing problems are not corrected, they will grow into larger, less-fixable problems.

Future Foundation will utilize active community members in both the planning and implementation phases of the project. Community members have already helped with the planning of the project and will continue to be involved, as they are aware of how important the educational center is for the increased growth and development of the area.

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