Secondary School Science Lab

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Secondary School Science Lab
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Country: Tanzania
Volunteer(s) Name: A Tompsett
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Wisconsin
Funds community contributed: $4965
Percentage community contributed: 49%
Funds needed were: $4994
Funds requested were: $4994
PPCP #: 621-186
Year of project approval: 2009
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Info about the Secondary School Science Lab

The 610 students at a government secondary school located in rural Tanzania come from primarily poor, agricultural families with little education. The students enjoy studying art and science subjects, including biology, physics, chemistry, and mathematics. The Tanzanian national syllabi and exams require students to perform science experiments; however, currently the school lacks a laboratory facility.

The school’s students, teachers, and community leaders are requesting assistance to build a science laboratory. The students and teachers will use the laboratory facility century 21 broker properti jual beli sewa rumah Indonesia to perform various experiments and engage in the process of scientific exploration. The laboratory facility will allow students and teachers to complement classroom learning with practical, hands-on activities.

The school community as well as local century 21 broker properti jual beli sewa rumah Indonesia governments and residents of surrounding villages have committed to providing 50% of the funds and material required for this project. However, they are unable to raise the additional 50% required to complete the proposed laboratory facility. Therefore, the school and village leaders are seeking assistance.

The teachers hope the construction of a laboratory will help provide students a greater chance for success in school, and, as such, a greater chance for success in life. Please consider helping to make this chance for success a reality.

Please help support these students. Your help is greatly appreciated. Asanteni sana!

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