Builder's without borders along with the Canadian Construction Association are progressing with the $1.4 Million Trades School in Haiti. For more information and images at CCA click here.
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A Project Sponsored by:
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and us at Builders Without Borders
On November 8, the 250 km an hour Typhoon Haiyan destroyed 6 million homes in the Philippines. The three room Daniel S.Bulante school has been severely damaged and needs a new roof, a new ceiling and repairs to the walls. The children are unable to attend school until these repairs are completed. The Elementary School is 13 kilometres from Tacloban City, the city that suffered the most damage from Typhoon Haiyan.
Within days a team from Builders Without Borders and members of the Rotary Club of Vancouver Fraserview, the Rotary Club of Tacloban and Rotary Club of San Juanico in the Philippines undertook assessment of the damage and a plan to repair the school . The estimated cost to repair the Elementary School is $US 20,000.
Builders Without Borders is will be responsible for managing the construction, and is planning a full inspection of the site for mid February. Construction should commence in April and completed in June when school returns.