Fun, games and chasing goats!

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The new school term began at the start of September and once again we had a high demand for places in our new KG1 class.  In Ghana it takes a while for school to get going, and for all the children to return and pay their school fees.  So we decided to have a fun week […]

New nutrition centre building – the grand opening!

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On Saturday we were delighted to be able to open the new building for our nutrition centre.   Lots of people came to celebrate with us, including some chiefs and sub-chiefs from Gushegu and nearby villages.  We enjoyed traditional music, dancing and speeches before the chief of Yishelanyili (the village next to the nutrition centre) cut […]

Farming Fund on hold

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In the past 6 years we have provided around 65 families with loans in order to increase their income. This system works quite well and has great potential. Unfortunately we realised that it costs a lot of time for it to work really well, and there is no-one on our team at the moment who […]

Neesim Primary School one of the best in the district!

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During the third term of the 2010-11 school year, we appointed a supervisor from the Ghana Education Service to supervise our teachers, and to provide training and advice. Not only did our teachers benefit greatly from the supervisor’s expertise, but the supervisor and his colleagues at the GES office were greatly impressed by our school, […]

Neesim Nutrition Centre gets a new home

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Thank you to everyone who generously contributed to our recent appeals for the nutrition centre. We now have enough money to keep the centre running for several months, plus all the funding has come in for the new building and it is well on its way Sale do products I looking for brand viagra I […]

New team members

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After a year and a half of ‘just us’, we now have a team again! In October Tunteeya joined us (long-term), she helps with a number of administrative jobs, helps with English and crafts at the school and generally works with women and children. Puumaaya and Napari also came in October for 7 months to […]

School sponsorship

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Thank you to the many people who have contributed money, either as a one-off gift, or as a monthly contribution, to sponsor some of our school children. We have been able to employ seven teachers, two each for KG1 and KG2 and one each for P1, P2a and P2b. All of these are untrained teachers, […]

We have a new building!

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During the first term of school (September-December), we had to run a shift system to be able to teach all our classes. Kindergarten 1 and 2 had classes in the morning, while Primary 1 and 2 had classes in the afternoon. This was not ideal and we were dreading the hot season when temperatures reach […]

Financial overview

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Over the Jan-Dec 2010 financial year Project Share had a total expenditure of €15,209.  57% was spent on the school, 29% on the nutrition centre, 11% on transport, and 3% on administration.  We had an income of €15,531, mainly from individual supporters and churches in Holland and the UK.  This also includes around €700 received […]

Bush fires

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Every year around November/December, when the dry season starts and the harvest is in, the bush firest start. There are various reasons for these seasonal fires: it is believed to bring out nutrients that are good for the soil; certain grass types are burnt to prevent their seeds from spreading; and later in the year, […]