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Nursery School Construction Progress at BiZoHa - January 13

Posted: Tue, January 19, 2016 | By: BiZoHa Orphanage Humanist School



by Bwambale Robert

In my efforts to ensure children enrolled at the KHPS-BIZOHA Campus sits well, my carpenter is working all round the clock to make furniture for the learners, latest development is nursery children furniture making@BIZOHA which constitute chairs, tables, book shelves and cupboards.

The Nursery School buildings were donated by Dr. Bruce Chou, Pegasystems, and Davida LeComte.

This time we are still working on small chairs and as we expect to enroll scores of children we are targeting to make 25 long chairs, 20 stylish sits and some stools. We shall also make 12 spacious tables with at least 4 tables in each classroom.

The chairs will be painted different colors ranging from orange, yellow, blue, red, green etc oil paint such that they are easily washable in case of contaminations or funny writings.

Other classes will use twin desks which are also being made gradually.

We are looking at enrolling a minimum of thirty children and a maximum of forty in the nursery section alone.

Attached are some of the images of the nursery children furniture.

Many thanks to all generous donors who have injected in some funds that has made this possible. All I can assure you is that your donation is being used correctly and will relieve our children from sitting on the floors.

The nursery blocks awaits to be painted, floored and shutters glassed.

To know more about this project, visit http://bizoha.org



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