Presentation on theme: "Improving the quality of life of Children in East Africa."— Presentation transcript:
Improving the quality of life of Children in East Africa
Bright Light Campaign
Partner Schools Gashanda Primary School in Ngoma District School has two sixth grade classes, each class has 50 students
Additional Partners All partner schools are in Ngoma District Lutheran South High School in St. Louis & Rwamagana Lutheran Secondary School Westminster College Mesa, AZ campus & Gahurire Primary School Additional Partners
About the Lamps Run on solar power Are guaranteed for two years and have five-year lifetime Each lamp costs $11 About the Lamps
Who receives them? Solar study lamps are provided to students in Primary 6 who do not have electricity, so they can study at night Students receive the lamps during a critical year - before they take the national exams Students pay for the lamps through community service to the school & their community Who receives them?
Partner SchoolsWhy? Typically students have to study by candlelight or kerosene lamps, which are very expensive and unsafe If students pass the national exams, they will have the opportunity to go on to secondary school - which will provide them, their family & community a brighter future! Why?
Goal Provide lamps to 100 students at Gashanda Primary School Five-year commitment by HFC Goals
Goal Gashanda Primary School Partner with Kibungo Rotary Club to raise money for the construction of 6-8 bookcases for the school Library Project
Goal School will fill the shelves with both English & Kinyarwanda fiction & non-fiction books Library Project
GoalThank you With your help, we can change the future for students in Gashanda Rwanda ensuring them a Brighter Future!