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Rambia Orphanage School evolves from the proverbial humble beginnings

Rambia Orphanage School evolves from the proverbial humble beginnings

The school started in 2013 to enroll hopeless children into formal education. The school first began to operate under the tree as the affordable classroom at the time. Through Michael Wills, a dear friend of RAMBIA, financially supported the school to acquire land where it was to build its current home. With the kind support of Tetherdown School in London, the school constructed its first and current structures in mud and wattle. A dear friend of Rambia, Jan Standaert, from Belgium has been at the heat of all developments, delivering the needed scholastic materials, meals and furniture.   Children who had no hope are able to graduate through the 7 grade classes as required by the ministry of education. Children from poor households who could not afford a meal a day can afford a nutritious free meal. Children with poor health can now afford free medical care and micro-nutrient food supplements. From the mud and wattle structure, the school can now boast of excellent sanitary facilities like this with...

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