Project Cost: 5,000
Project Location: Noa Para, Bangladesh

Noa Para is located in the remote Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bandarban. The local people are of the  Mro tribal people. The total population of the village is 115.

Due to its remoteness the children have no access to education. To remedy this situation local charity, Humanitarian Foundation, working with Datum Foundation proposed the building of a new school constructed with bamboo and timber walls and roof in metal sheets. A toilet was also built. All fixtures and fittings including textbooks, uniforms, pens, etc were also provided for the children.

The building work completed in March 2015. A total of 26 children enrolled, 14 boys and 12 girls. It is hoped that the new school will bring a positive change in the lives of these neglected and disadvantaged tribal people.


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