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New Toilets For Angola Libre

Angola Libre Primary School, situated in Brazzaville's Makelekele district, is one of the oldest schools in the country, having been established over 50 years ago. This venerable institution serves some of the most deprived families in Brazzaville, where unemployment is rampant. For these families, Angola Libre represents a vital opportunity for their children to receive an education and a chance at a better future.

However, the conditions under which these children study are appalling. When it rains, the classrooms leak, leaving the children and their learning materials soaked. There are not enough benches for the children to sit on, and the classroom doors and windows are insecure, posing serious safety concerns. The toilets, as you can see in the images, are simply indescribable.

At Cornish Views, we recognise that we cannot solve the socio-economic situation in Congo-Brazzaville with a wave of a magic wand. However, we believe we can contribute to improving it for the next generation, starting by supporting the children who will become tomorrow's adults.

Much needs to be done at Angola Libre: repairing the roofs, providing adequate benches, creating a suitable canteen and recreational area, and most importantly, improving the toilets.

We are starting with the toilets, and it will cost £15,000 to build six modern toilets for the students and teachers. We need your help to make this a reality!

The school has already allocated space for these to be built. Any amount you can contribute will go a long way in supporting the future of these children's education. We'll keep you updated on our progress through the #ToiletsForAngolaLibre campaign.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your support!


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