Resource Room Expansion

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Resource Room Expansion
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Country: Tanzania
Volunteer(s) Name: A Bennett
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Ohio
Funds community contributed: $307
Percentage community contributed: 37%
Funds needed were: $516
Funds requested were: $516
PPCP #: 621-187
Year of project approval: 2009
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Projects started in Tanzania 2009 (18).
Basketball Court, Center and School for Orphans, Chicken Raising Income Generation, Dairy Initiative, Health Dispensary, Kitchen for Secondary School, Maternity Ward at Health Clinic, Medical Staff Housing for Village Dispensary, Primary School and Community Library, Resource Room Expansion, Rural Health Center, School Improvement, School Kitchen, School Laboratory Expansion, School Toilet Construction … further results
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Other Projects in Tanzania (21).
A Dry Student is a Good Student Masaga Tanzania, Basketball Court, Center and School for Orphans, Chicken Raising Income Generation, Dairy Initiative, Health Dispensary, Kitchen for Secondary School, Maternity Ward at Health Clinic, Medical Staff Housing for Village Dispensary, Nianjema Secondary School, Primary School and Community Library, Resource Room Expansion, Rural Health Center, School Improvement, School Kitchen … further results
State Flag of Ohio.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from Ohio (11).
After-School Learning Center, Mary Althoff, Mary Archung Bradshaw, Amy Grace, Donetsk American International Club English Summer Camp, Eco-Friendly Community Initiative, Education: A New Hope for the Community, Janice Flahiff, Leonard Garden, Andrew Karrer, Kitchen Remodeling Project, Library Book Project, Scott McBride, Messages to Our Community Mural Project, John Porterfield … further results
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Info about the Resource Room Expansion

Despite crowded work space and limited capacity for storing and organizing library stock, a secondary boarding school in Tanzania currently provides many programs to maximize the use of its current resources, including books, computers, audio-visual equipment, periodicals and wall displays. With a grant of $516.00 USD, the school will expand the capacity to use these resources to serve over 1,000 students and 35 teachers by converting a currently unused classroom into a new, user-friendly Resource Room. Funds will go towards essential maintenance repairs of the room and adding shelf space and furniture.

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