HLF School Constructs Kitchen

Our school in Buchanan, Help Liberia Foundation Community School, is constructing a kitchen for its use, beginning this new school year.

The Vice Principal for Instructions, Mr. Andrew Garsuah, helping to mix the concrete

The Vice Principal for Instructions, Mr. Andrew Garsuah, helping to mix the concrete

The construction, which costs less than $300, came about as a result of a serious requirement request by the World Food Program (WFP), which supplies the school with food rations periodically, indicating that a better and more durable kitchen must be built if the school is to continue receiving support.

Making the foundations

Making the foundations

Because we recognize how helpful WFP’s supply of food is to the school and the kids, we have prioritized the construction of the kitchen at this point in time, for there was information that HLF School could lose that opportunity. Before this year, the school had always used kitchens built of mats and sticks.

Building the kitchen

Building the kitchen

Construction of the school annex will follow, as our Swedish friends have sent the balance of the remaining funds to Liberia.

Kitchen almost complete

Kitchen almost complete

Many thanks to all those whose assistance is helping the school and the kids to have the necessary facilities.

Click on any of the pictures below to see a larger versions.

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