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Nursery School Scholarship Project

Samaritan International School supports women and poor family who cannot spend much time on childcare but hard work to earn living for their children. They need quality education for their children to get rid of poverty vicious circle. Samaritan International School has 92 nursery students (year 2017) in three different levels which are Baby Class, Middle Class, and Top Class.

Rwanda Children's Hope supports 27 children out of 92 nursery students in 2017. There are still a lot of  more children who need regular support.  

Samaritan International School is designed to help poor children who cannot pay full tuition fee. However, without enough tuition fee paid by students, it is difficult for school to manage their finance to maintain quality education. In order to get out of this financial issue, IHCM creates Poultry local business which is to provide finance as well as nutrition to children. Rwanda Children's Hope also support this local business through Nutrition Project.

29th March 2016, granted from Japanese Embassy, Samaritan International School opened. This school is designed for primary school with six class rooms; however, IHCM has been supporting working vulnerable women since 2014 by providing nursery service in Karangazi. Nursery school helps working mothers especially widows who do not have sufficient income sources but depending on farming in small cultivating land. IHCM plans to build three more class rooms and facility for nursery school in the future.

 

 

Walk together the School Path out of poverty

20.9 CHF per month (approx. 250$ per year) = You can help one year guarantee quality education for a nursery school child in Samaritan International School. At the end of the year, you can receive a letter from the supporting child.

This cost includes: Teacher's Salary, One Time Gift (mattress, blanket, bed sheet for bedding), School Supplies (uniform, sport wear, sweater, shoes, school bag, books, pencils, crayons, and health insurance), and 80% of Meal Plan (20% of this Meal Plan basically paid by students)

This price can be modified later up to exchange rate between Rwanda Franc (RF) and USD/CHF as well as price inflation of local market in Rwanda.

 

 

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