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The library will be built to support the students of the Namaldi High School. Namaldi is the only high school within an Indigenous area and many of the attendees are from five neighbouring communities who do not have access to any other educational facilities. This project aims to provide an environment for students to access different sources of study. The library will consist of a physical area and a virtual area: the physical area will have textbooks adapted to the curriculum of the Ministry of Education and the virtual area will have computers, where students will be able to receive computer classes and use the equipment for research and information projects.
This library will be built so that all members of the community can use it. It will act as a free, inclusive and open space for the community.
- Volunteers will stay in a classroom connected to the school. It will have electricity, flushing toilets, and potable water.
- Meals will consist of rice, beans, tortillas, fruit/vegetables, and some meat.
- SOS groups generally work for about 6 hours a day, for 8 days of the 14 day trip.
- Tasks will include but are not limited to: digging trenches, cutting and tying rebar, laying bricks, moving supplies, and mixing cement.
- Every group is overseen by a foreman during construction days and any work requiring technical training will be financed by SOS
- You’ll have the evenings and two rest days to relax, explore the area and participate in the local community.
For more information on Outreach Trip Logistics, like what to expect, supervision, and safety please visit: www.sosvolunteertrips.org