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Georges Marcellus School students are some of the poorest in Haiti and often have to face great challenges just to survive, with parents earning less than $2/day. With your help, the school served 200 students this past year and 55% were girls. 95% of their students pass to the next grade vs. the national average of 22%. Following the completion of the kitchen, a meal a day is now served to every child every day.
The school now has urgent needs to purchase books and supplies for all its students, and ALL for $1,600. Please help purchase these needed supplies for the kids this year. Any amount helps, $1 or $100. Thank you!
Providing access to education in one of the poorest areas of Haiti, Georges Marcellus has 197 students of whom 50% are girls. 95% of their students pass on to the next grade and continue their education.
After the devastating earthquake of 2010 where 75% of schools in Haiti were destroyed, this small community school quadrupled in size, as children from other schools came, seeking a place to get an education. It’s located in Guerot, a farming community where most residents work in the fields. Incomes fluctuate based on crop yields, so most parents struggle to pay the very small fee the school charges, about $1 a month.
For more information on Georges Marcellus click here.
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