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Musana CDO transforms containers into vocational schools for rural Uganda

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Musana believes that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty within families and the community as a whole. With high drop out rates and a lack of quality standards within schools in Iganga, Uganda, Musana is committed to challenging the typical status quo.  Instead, Musana is offering the community a quality vocational educational institution that goes beyond exclusively utilizing the Ugandan curriculum to raise the next generation of Ugandan leaders.

To this end, we are partnering with Homes of Living Hope to convert two used shipping containers into vocational education classrooms. This gives Musana the opportunity to provide a space where valuable trade skills in fine art, plumbing, electrical and carpentry can be taught to students.

As a result, young adults will be equipped mentally and physically for the next chapter of their lives.  With the character, brains, and skills students will have the choice to either to continue their education, and utilize their trade to provide for themselves and their families, or both.

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Hands of Hope transform container to support a community in South Sudan to economic self-sufficiency

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Hands of Hope for South Sudan was founded on the idea of helping those in need. Ever since our organization was established, we have endeavored to provide help where the need is greatest.

We have been working diligently to partner with other nonprofits that share the vision of empowering the people, mostly the women and children, who are most affected by geopolitical unrest and struggling economies.

Towards this end, we are teaming up with Homes of Living Hope to secure and convert a used shipping container into a useable facility to help support a South Sudanese community’s goal of economic self-sufficiency.

This project provides the opportunity to engage our local communities, churches and schools. It will cost $15,000 to ship the container after it has been filled.  Much of the labor and building material will be donated.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or if you would like to get involved with this organization and the people of South Sudan. Thank you again for your on-going prayers, love and support!

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Rock Springs High School Transform Container into a Medical Clinic

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Students at Wyoming’s Rock Springs High School are converting a used 8’ x 8’ x 40’ shipping container into a medical clinic bound for Africa.
The school’s Energy Academy is spearheading the project. They will be responsible for designing, constructing and equipping the medical clinic which is destined for the remote Liberian village, Nyenma, in Montserrado county.  The most common issues which will be treated at this clinic are Malaria, common cold, maternity issues, wounds, worms, skin rashes and etc.
The village is a 2 hour walk away to the nearest clinic. The village and surrounding area has 5,800 people which will be served by this clinic. The people in the area are from the Kpelle tribe and speak Kpelle.
Dr. Mosoka Fallah will oversee the clinic once in Liberia. Dr. Fallah, a Harvard graduate who is returning to Liberia, has been working to get a clinic to Nyenma, the recently discovered village which saw 90 percent of its population die from Ebola.
The village has agreed to build a brick building to add to the clinic. Then zinc (metal roof) can go over both buildings to make a covered waiting area. The clinic will start out being opened 2-3 days a week and training community health workers.

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Supporters of Street’s Hope transform container into much needed office and counseling space

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As a first for Homes of Living Hope we will be helping supporters of Street’s Hope finish out a container to be used as much needed counseling and office space for their safe house location. Supporters will be working at an off site locations to finish, furnish and equip a repurposed shipping container. City officials will be inspecting it for code compliance and when it’s done we will move it to the Street’s Hope undisclosed safe house location where it will be quickly setup and put into operation. Adolfson and Peterson Construction (A&P) who provide “value beyond building” will be providing the design services and acting as the builder of record for the project. There will be lots of places to engage in this project for all supporters of Street’s Hope and their cause which is helping woman free themselves from the sex industry.

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Monarch High School transforms container to medical clinic for Mexico City

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The students of Monarch High School in Louisville, Colorado are putting their learning into practice by transforming a lifeless container into a medical and dental clinic for the San José Las Palmas neighborhood in Mexico City. A variety of disciplines have been applied in this project, from architectural design, construction, electrical wiring, art and painting skills, marketing, and critical thinking. Their desire and commitment to bring healthcare to a poor settlement in Mexico City has allowed these students an opportunity be active citizens serving the global community. Several project members will travel to Mexico City in October 2014 to partner with local high school students in implementing the completed facility in its recipient community. Learn more over on Monarch student’s site.

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Lutheran Church of God’s Love CAN make a difference in Kisumi, Kenya.

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The Lutheran Church of God’s Love is partnering with Homes of Living Hope and Life in Abundance to bring a clinic to the underserved community of Kisumi, Kenya. Their mission is to convert a recycled shipping container into a functional medical facility for an impoverished community in Africa, and in doing so, foster their sense of community and spirit of service. The Lutheran Church of God’s Love welcomes all in the community of Newtown, Pennsylvania to participate in the project. Contact the church office at (215) 968-4335 or e-mail at [email protected] to get involved. You may also donate to this and other projects, here.

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Delran High School builds Library for Hope Lives Aloi, Uganda

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When Francis Nyang visited the United States in the fall of 2013, he took the opportunity to address an assembly of youths at Delran High School in New Jersey. After hearing about the great need for medical care and education infrastructure in northern Uganda, the students and faculty of Delran decided to become part of the solution. With the creation of the Hope Lives School in Aloi, Uganda, the Aloi community indicated the need for a library and educational resource center for the school children. Delran High School has successfully completed the construction phase of the project and is filling the converted container with educational goods. The completed library is set for shipment to Uganda around February 2015.

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Bridgwater-Raritan High School transform container into vocational school for Uganda

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For the third consecutive year, the students from Bridgewater-Raritan High School in New Jersey are building out a container for the underserved of northern Uganda. This is one of their most ambitious projects yet, transforming two containers into a vocational training school. The school is engaging different classes and clubs within the school district along with local clubs and service groups with in the community to finish out and stock this containers. The current schedule would have them sending the containers out in fall 2014. New Covenant Christian Center will receive these containers and place them with in the village of Aloi. During the years of war in the region, the youths of the area had no opportunity for education. Now young adults, this is their only chance to seek better employment through skills training. Francis Byang, head of Hope Lives in Aloi, addressed the students of BRHS, beckoning them to impact the educational attainment of youths in Uganda.  The students accepted the challenge and are participating in this important project by providing facilities stocked with training aids and equipment.

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Community of Volunteers transform container into a working medical clinic for Nairobi, Kenya

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The generous members of the Louisville, Colorado community united their efforts in fall 2013 to transform a shipping container into a life-giving medical clinic for an underserved informal settlement in Nairobi, Kenya. Over the course of a few months, the Louisville community primed, painted, and furnished the container, and solicited medical supplies to send a fully-functional medical clinic to Nairobi. Operated by the African non-profit agency Life In Abundance International, doctors and medical staff treat hundreds of patients through the clinic daily, many of whom have never had access to medical care.

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Bridgwater-Raritan High School transform container into medical clinic for Uganda

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During the 2013-2014 school year, Bridgewater/Raritan High school in Bridgewater New Jersey, built, filled and shipped their second container project.  This was a medical clinic for the Hope Lives Aloi school in Aloi, Uganda.  Drawing on their experience from the first container, they involved hundreds of students from their vocational training, art, and business classes along with enlisting the help of middle and elementary students to collect donations of humanitarian aid.

What they hadn’t planned for was how this container clinic would be used as a base of construction to expand the footprint of the clinic and create dormitory housing for boys.  By using the structure of the container Ugandans were able to built a large roof and sidewalls to create the much needed space.

Since the clinic was put in use in Aloi it has been utilized by a school nurse to provide health care to the over 500 students along with traveling medical teams.  These medical teams are able to utilize the professionally finished space to serve the people of the region.  One group in the summer of 2016 treated over 1,600 local patients in 4 days!

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