Rural Education For All

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A. Objectives

Providing the solar lights (for the students’ night study), we aim for the students to have a chance to study at night regularly, and to be adapted with the good habit (spirit) of team work. So creating the learning environment and a chance for the students to be able to study at night have been our objectives.

 

B. Strengths (Project Outcomes)

 

  1. The solar light could provide the quality light for five hours while studying.
  2. Previously, the students had to bring candles and battery lantern to the night study center and were only able to do the study for 15 days a month. But now the costs for that materials could have been reduced and the students are able to study for 3 hours every night with solar light without any costs.
  3. Especially, Grade 4 & 8 students have to answer the State questions at first examination in October, second time in December and the final test in March 2017. For going through all these examinations, they are eagerly reliant on the night study with solar light.
  4. The teachers living at school could benefit the solar light at nights as well.
  5. The poor students from the villages are more getting reliant on the night study with solar light.
  6. The students from other Grades are also getting interested and willing to participate to the night study.
  7. The teachers are able to provide more teaching works for the rural students more outside the school time.

 

C. Project beneficiaries

Current beneficiaries are mainly Grade 4 and 8 students and the teachers settled at schools assigned from other regions. And here is the list of beneficiary students.

 

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Village Name

Grade 4 beneficiary students The teachers settled at schools
M F Total M F Total
1. Phaung Chin (s) 12 14 26 3 3
2. Phaung Chin (n) 5 5 10 2 2
3. Ba Hat 10 8 18 2 2
4. Yung Yin Taw 4 1 5 2 2
5. Taw Wae 4 4 1 1
6. Na Boo Taw (n) 1 4 5 2 2
7. NA Boo Taw (s) 9 13 22 2 2
8. SoneKone 5 7 12 4 4
9. ShweKyar Inn 1 2 3
10. Na BaeThar 7 10 17 1 1
11. Oak Shit Kyin 5 5 10 2 2
12. Si That 0 2 2 4 4
13. Kyar Twin Boe 5 5 10 2 2
14. Na BaeMyit 16 10 26
15. Lat Pan 26 27 53 1 1
16. Tan Pin Taw 8 6 14 1 1
17. Ywar Tar Aye 27 26 53 1 1
18. Kyauk Tan 16 7 23 1 1
19. PaeGyiKhin 16 11 27 1 2 3
20. MyatShuu 7 10 17 3 3
21. AungThar 3 9 12 2 2
22. Ma GyiKone (w) 5 2 7 1 1
23. SuuPhyoKone 18 12 30
24. Boo Kaing 6 8 14 2 2
25. SarTaung 6 6 1 1
Total 215 210 425 3 40 43

 

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Contact Us

7/Floor, Room (705) Kanthayar Housing, Kannaa Road,

Kyimyindaing 11101, Yangon, Myanmar.

 

Email: cad.yangon@gmail.com,

josephwin@gmail.com, cad.director@gmail.com

 

Phone: 09427414251
Mobile: 09-5040477, 09-421006741,

0973100973

Donation

Account Name
Community Agency for Rural Development

 

Name of Bank and Address
Myanma Apex Bank
No. (207), Theinbyu Road (Middle Block),
Botathaung, Yangon, Myanmar.

 

A/C Number:  996 02 15996007447016
 Swift Code:  MMABMMMY

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