Emmanuel Secondary School: The school’s purpose is to offer a high level of education to the members of the community of Salima, and to use the profits to sponsor girls and vulnerable children to attend Emmanuel Secondary School.
Emmanuel Scholarship Program: The scholarship program will offer financial assistance to girls and other children in the Salima community, to attend either Emmanuel Secondary School or other Community Day Secondary Schools in the Salima community.
Cost: $250/year/student (Receiving funds)
Bore Hole for the Emmanuel Schools Campus: Approximately $6,000
Solar Panels: Approximately $4,000
Phase One: Build two classroom blocks each containing two classrooms.
Each classroom block has an overhanging verandah (to keep students dry during the rains) and glass windows instead of the concrete air block that are in the designs (to let in more light).
Cost: $30,000.00 (Paid in full with a generous grant from Dr. and Alice Hoenecke)
Phase Two: Build an office block, library, lab, Headmaster home with guest house for visiting teachers.
Cost: $70,000.00 (Paid for in full with a generous grant from the Antioch Foundation to be distributed in 2012 and 2013)
School equipment/books: Emmanuel school will need all the equipment and books required for a school to begin including desks, chalk, paper, text books, library books, science equipment, soccer balls, net balls, light bulbs, computers, printers, calculators and other office equipment.
Cost: $10,000 (Received funds from the Wyn and Carol Laidig Foundation)