The community school of Ndongo in Buea, Southwest Cameroon, has 895 children in 12 grades. There are two classroom buildings. The second classroom building has been condemned. It is too dangerous to use.

The school presently has just 7 classrooms to serve the growing school population. That comes out to 128 students per classroom, a clearly untenable number.

This project will build a new classroom 24’x21′.

Existing crowded classrooms and decrepit buildings
New classroom ground prepared (note existing classroom in background)
Foundation and early walls
Walls almost finished
Walls finished and verandah posts installed
Two iron doors are installed and the roof is framed
Roof is on
Finishing inside
Finishing outside
The Global Uplift Project

Uplift  for a Better World

The Global Uplift Project

4164 Stanford Way
Livermore, CA 94550 USA

Tel. +1(650)575-3434

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