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Newsletter 2
January 2005
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Global SchoolNet is een "501(c)(3) not-for-profit education organization"
The "Ukunda Schools Project" is an official partner of Global SchoolNet (GSN).

GSN:
GSN
is an offical USA 501(c)(3) not-for-profit education organization.
GSN offers several activities, including "Friendship Through Education (FTE)". 
FTE is highly endorsed by President Bush (U.S.A.), Queen Noor of Jordan and others. FTE is a consortium of non-governmental organizations and private groups committed to connecting children from different nations in an effort to bridge cultures and broaden understanding.
Read the White House Press release.


The project receives an award from the International Students Media Fair (ISMF). The judges honered our project with the special award: Judges Favorite.

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Jambo, Karibu !

We decided to keep this old website, but it will not be updated anymore.
Click here to go to our new website.

Traveling through Kenya, you often hear "Jambo"; this means "Hello". And when you enter a building, then people welcome you with "Karibu" (Welcome). So, now we say to you: Jambo, Karibu!

During their vacation (summer 2003), Frank and Rene de Vries paid a visit to an orphan's home and two schools in the village Ukunda. They were touched by the difficult circumstances of the two schools and they decided to raise funds for the elementary schools. 

During their vacation (summer 2004), Janet van Wegen and Aldert Glas visited a school in Ukunda and they too were touched and willing to help. Back in Holland, they asked some friends to help them and they contacted Frank and Rene. We decided to team up and we founded the Foundation Ukunda Schools Project (2 June 2005).

The purpose of this foundation is to raise awareness about Ukunda and to give others an opportunity to help the local Ukunda schools. You can help us with donations. We need your support.

In January 2005 we brought around 1,000 text books, reading books and also furniture to Mvindeni Primary School. We also made a start with building a new classroom. Click on the photo below for more information about this donation.

 

 

(c) 2003, René de Vries & Frank de Vries & Rose Anami
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The Ukunda Schools Project is a winning project in Cable & Wireless Childnet Academy 2004. Click on the Childnet logo to find out more about this award. 

How it started
The School
Who Are We
Most needed
Your help is needed
Participants
Raised funds so far
Diary
Guestbook

 

 

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Don't forget Africa. Help us with our project. 
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Click on the photo to see our coverage of the Childnet Week
(April 2004).

Click here to read the article on C-BBC.


Our project is the winner of CyberFair 2005 website contest.