Tu'anuku Primary School Photocopy Machine

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Tu'anuku Primary School Photocopy Machine
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Community Name: Tu'anuku
Country: Tonga
Volunteer(s) Name: M. Hsu
Volunteer(s) Homestate: California
Volunteer(s) Home city: San Luis Ibispo
Affiliate organization: Tu'anuku Government Primary School
Funds community contributed: $466
Percentage community contributed: 30%
Funds needed were: $330
Funds requested were: $1100
PPCP #: 421-121
Year of project approval: 1999
Project located: yes
Projects started in Tonga 1999 (2).
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Info about the Tu'anuku Primary School Photocopy Machine

The Tu'anuku Government Primary School educates 62 children for 2002. As the school has no textbooks, the majority of class time is spent on teachers writing notes on the blackboard and the students meticulously copying everything down. By eliminating this process, teachers hope to spend more time on dynamic methods of teaching and having students apply their knowledge. Both the teachers and PTA would like your assistance to purchase a photocopy machine so as to copy notes and practice exams for the students.

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