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B. Ekua’s fundraising event

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KWAMAN 2011

Kwaman is a town near Bawjuase in the Awutu Senyah district in the central region, about 30 minutes drive from Agona swedru. The population of the town is around 5,000. Most people there are local farmers. They grow pineapples and cassava mostly. It is a very quiet town with electricity and borehole water.

Most houses are built from clay, showing the level of poverty in the area. The most outstanding school in the area is the kwaman primary school. The school has a population of 150 pupils from the nursery level to primary school level. The school block has being in existence for over twenty years and it has never been completed or renovated since it was built. It has six classrooms. The fifth and sixth classrooms of the block are totally out of use. The school is damage in such a way that, the classrooms cannot be used during sunny and rainy days, since most of the roof has been removed by strong wind or left hanging in the classrooms. During rainy days, all the children are packed in two classrooms which are better.

This makes studies very hard, just imagine over 150 students packed in two classrooms. There are a lot to be done at this school. Two new class rooms has to be built, all the roofing sheets has to be replaced, make new stairs, fix the walls both interior and exterior and then paint the whole school block. This project is to start in January. This renovation is likely to take at most a month to be done. Below is the budget for the project.

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B. Ekua announced this fundraising event on 07 November 2010.

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