August 4, 2016

Current Projects

Brick by Brick Construction

Our vision is to bring high quality education to poor girls in the rural areas to give them the very best chance of achieving their dreams and becoming self sufficient, independent leaders in the future. Visit our Brick by Brick Construction page if would like to learn more about our vision, sourcing of materials and labour, and past projects.

 


 

Priority Projects

Student Hostel #7 ($90,000)

Hostel Apartment

The expansion of APU to 320 students as of 2017 stressed the capacity of the five student hostels, built to hold a maximum of 60 but currently holding more.  The construction of a seventh student hostel will certainly help to alleviate tension among the girls, and improve the hygiene and overall quality of life for our students.

By expanding our hostel capacity, we will be able to accommodate an additional 40 students to bring our capacity up to 400 students. The additional private students that this will accommodate will increase revenue and contribute to a more sustainable school.

To Date, We’ve Raised:
$0 of $90,000

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Recent Projects

Student Hostel #6

Thanks to the generous support of our many sponsors, APU has secured funding for a 6th student hostel, which will bring our student capacity from 320 to 360!

This hostel brings much relief to the students of APU, in addition to additional revenues from private student tuition that will help the school become self-sustaining. However, due to the ever-growing demand of an APU-education, we believe it is necessary to expand our capacity further by building a seventh hostel.

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Legacy Building: Phase II

ImageAPU is halfway to having a building that can house our library, computer lab, administrative offices, medical clinic, and future Teacher Training College classrooms. This building has been a long time in coming and is badly needed, as currently, our library, staffroom and computer labs are all taking up critically needed classroom space. Needless to say, we just can’t wait to finish this project!

The construction of the Legacy Building is our most challenging and exacting project undertaken so far at APU. When it is completed, it will change the entire feel of the school from one of ‘pioneering and making do’ to that of a complete and high -functioning school. We will no longer be limping along, squished into shared classroom space. Our teachers will have the preparation and meeting space that they deserve and our administrators will finally be able to have offices.

With many thanks to all of our individual and group donors, we have successfully raised all the funds necessary for the construction of the 2nd phase of our Legacy Building. We expect the construction of the Legacy Building Phase 2 to be finished and fully operational in 2018—both students and teachers are excited for everything that this building brings to their campus.

THANK YOU!

 

To Date, We’ve Raised:
$150,000 of $150,000

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Project Wishlist

 

Projects Under $5,000Cost
Smoke/Fumes Extractor$4,000
Security Lights Upgrade$3,000
Alarm System$4,000
Fire Extinguishers$3,000
Kitchen Furniture/Small Equipment$5,000
Projector Sets (classroom support)$5,000

 

Projects $5,000 – $10,000Cost
Washing Machine$8,000
New Sports Equipment$9,000
Solar Water Heaters$5,000
New Desks (200 replacements)$6,000
Student Clinic$6,000

 

Projects $10,000 – $25,000Cost
Guest House #3$10,000
Kitchen Commercial Boiling Pans (4)$19,000
Foam Mattresses (400 replacements)$26,000
Storage Lockers (400 new)$30,000
Text Books (new curriculum)$18,500
Musical Instruments (new programming)$15,000

 

Projects $5,000 – $10,000Cost
Washing Machine$8,000
New Sports Equipment$9,000
Solar Water Heaters$5,000
New Desks (200 replacements)$6,000
Student Clinic$6,000
Guest House #3$10,000

 

Projects $25,000+Cost
Student Hostel #7$90,000
Staff Duplex #7Not Yet Quoted

 

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For more information, contact Executive Director Christie Johnson at cjohnson@pearsoncollege.ca