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For School Running Costs

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  1. £15 per month will pay school fees for a child

  2. £3 per month would pay for a daily bowl of porridge for a child

  3. Shoes for a child cost £10

  4. Uniform costs £10

  5. A teacher costs £100 per month

  6.  Electricity costs £40 per month

  7. A cleaner costs £50 per month

  8. £1200 per month would pay for a balanced meal for 250 children

  9. Kiswahili reading scheme books for a class cost £120

  10. Hoops and skipping ropes for a class cost £50  

For a class in our new school

mustard seed charity school children
You could make a donation towards the following list.
  1. A mug and plate for the feeding programme cost £1.50 per child.

  2. Exercise books and pencils for one child cost £7 per year

  3. A chair costs £20 per child.

  4. A book case costs £70

  5. 100 bricks towards our new classroom costs £30

  6. Text books for children to share one between two cost £70 per subject for a class of 25

  7. A whiteboard costs £75

  8. A table for six children costs £15

  9. Bricks for a complete classroom cost £300

  10. A classroom for our new school costs £10,000

The community and health projects

women training in child and family health

You could make a donation or set up a regular payment towards the following:

1. £200 could pay for 20 women to receive health training to help keep their friends and family well.

2. £100 would pay a nurse assistant’s salary for a month

3.Mosquito net treatment £5 per 10 nets

If you are a UK taxpayer and wish us to claim Gift Aid please send us your house number, postcode and your permission. This is worth an additional 25% from the tax man at no cost to yourself.

You could make a donation or set up a regular payment towards the following:
  1.  A new laptop costs £300

  2. £100 —  will give a woman a start-up loan to progress her business.

  3. Fees for a football team to play in the league for a season £10

  4. Footballs –£10

  5. Youth business training — £320 would support a young person whilst they attended college to get a qualification for a job.