Nursery school in Gambia
The existing school building of the Jarju School in Ebotown/Serekunda, Gambia is in such a bad state that renovation is useless. Currently it is hosted in a mud building which leads to dangerous situations in the rain season.This project concerns the building of a new nursery school The school will support 180 pupils from age 5 to 7.
This project is proposed by HE Space employee Carin Krabbendam and managed by the Stichting Gambia en Polen. The project managers are a Dutch couple called Lizet Mols and Dick Schildkamp. They are organising projects in both Gambia and Poland since 2008. Their foundation is focusing on providing better education.
The project will start in April and should be finished in November.