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“Our mission is to impact impoverished emerging and developing nations by empowering teachers with educational resources that enhance their ability to teach and instills in students a lifelong desire to learn.”

Making Plans . . .

Mar 13 2016

Here we are in the month of March and in the Pacific Northwest the crocus are popping their heads out of the ground; reminding us that spring truly will be arriving soon. Those of us at the PAL project are making plans to distribute PALs in Zambia and Malawi in September. We have a team of 8 who have booked tickets for a fact finding trip to Zambia and we have a team of 17 headed to Malawi to visit 10 schools and build a church.

The church will be built like a pole-barn. The men on the team will put up the outside structure of the church and the roof; then once we leave the members of the church will brick it in. We were able to do this in 2011 and the process worked really well. Where this is not our main focus it is a wonderful feeling to help one of the local Malawi Pastors to achieve his dream of having a church building.

Our main focus is and always will be the distribution of PALs and Teacher’s Manuals into schools in rural African and 3rd world nations.

DSC_0341  A time of learning

Here is a quote from an email we received earlier this week… “two new Schools they say that they need LAP DESK Their number of pupils are 6000 and 3500. thank you”…. We can guarantee you that these schools only have around 60 teachers and probably half that number is student teachers. The need is so great. 10 new schools have been designated for the distribution this September. Our goal is to take 1,000 PALs as well as Teachers Manuals to these schools in Malawi and 300 PALs into schools in Zambia.

For $35 you can help us change the lives of these students and teachers in Malawi and Zambia. Please consider making a donation today…..