Montag, 17. Juni 2013

For A School In Ghana

Maranatha Community School is the only source of education for children in Ada, a fishing village in one of the poorest regions of Ghana.

Children have traditionally been taught in bamboo classroom structures which don't provide much shelter from the elemets, and these have recently been damaged in a storm making the need for a replacement very urgent.

Volunteers from the MAD (Make A Difference) Foundation have been working hard over the past six months to build new classrooms which can provide proper shelter for local kids as they learn about Maths, English, Science, Citizenship and local Language Dangbe.
This building work is now nearly complete, and the school just requires one crucial element. A roof!

We would like to crowdsource the funds to put a roof on one of seven new classrooms so that local children can start to use these new permanent structures. If successful, this work will be completed in July.

The School Building Project is being managed by the UK Registered Charity the MAD (Make A Difference) Foundation - Reg No 1111805 - and all funds raised through this platform will all go towards the remaining building materials needed to complete this Project. For more information about the MAD Foundation please visit

Raise The Roof

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