Investing in capital projects matters. Fit for purpose buildings with clean drinking water increases health, wellbeing and outcomes in the local community.
In 2008 Charlene visited Uganda, seeing children unable to attend school because there wasn't one, she dedicated herself to raising the money needed to build it.
Charlene didn't live to see Hidden Treasures (the first school) finished, but 10 years on, the project she began has built 4 schools, is involved with supporting another 10 across 4 countries and has raised over £1,000,000 in the process.
Buildings which are fit for purpose bring pride to a community. They can dramatically increase the quality of education as they become attractive to the best teachers, looking for opportunities for career progression and development. High spec buildings also boost the aspirations of those children who attend, as they begin to see new possibilities.
Buildings are much more than bricks and mortar, they signal the intent of those who occupy them, they boost the local economy as builders and equipment is sourced locally, and then of course when finished, more people move to the area as a result.
Since 2010, Charlene's Project has built clean water wells, teacher accommodation, toilets and schools.
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One of the most effective ways to impact the life of a child is to sponsor them through their education.
Charlene’s Project started in 2010 because a girl limited by so much refused to be defined by what she could not do. One decade later Charlene’s Project continues to work creating better futures for thousands of children around the world.
Thank you to Richhill Methodist Church for your amazing contribution to improving health at Diika Health Centre. The new waste disposal unit and incinerator are in place totally as a result of your efforts. God bless you all for making such a difference in the lives of the community CP is trying to help. ... See MoreSee Less
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