A delegation from the Global Shapers Community Port-au-Prince will be in the South to support the victim population.
Through this project, launched after Hurricane Matthew, the organization aims to help revitalize school activities in the most affected departments by providing children with a kit, And to the schools, didactic materials and to participate in the rehabilitation of their structure.
In this first phase of the project, we will be able to provide support to nearly 300 children and six schools.
These children will receive a school kit that will consist of:
- · a solar lamp
- · a school bag,
- · notebooks,
- · Pens,
- · Pencils
- · an instrument of geometry
For schools, they will get an instrument set of geometry and chalk.
The delegation will leave from Port-au-Prince this Friday to return on Monday, December 19, 2016. Members will benefit to sensitize younger people on the need to protect their environment and encourage them to take concrete and lasting actions to improve the state of the last. The members of the delegation will also make a reassessment of the physical structure of the schools of the department for a better orientation of the second phase of its project.
This project is supported largely by Sacramento hub