Dear CGG friends,
After a tormenting long wait, the toilet is finally done. The delay is due to the bad weather in Guizhou especially on the mountain tops, it’s always wet. Hence the wood master couldn’t dry the wood thoroughly to ensure that the wood will not decay in the near future.
After 4 and half months after our trip, we can finally see what we have contributed to build. The children were super excited today as it was their first time in this proper toilet which is a lot better than the shaky previous one! Thank you donors once again, you know who you are! 🙂 Stay tune for this year’s Project Guizhou 2012! We need all the help we can get to raise funds for new tables and chairs! 🙂
Check out the pics below for the toilet work in progress and complete work!
Big Roy 😉
Structure up first
Built on a solid cement base for keeping the crap for agriculture
Dangerous slope behind…
Roof is up!
Wood master at work
Attention to details is important!
Solid ceiling structures are built to protect the children if zinc roof is blown off by strong winds
Girls & Boys..
8 girls can all go at one time
Boys also 8 at one time… but with a better view… hmmm… ;P
There you go… the final product!
Toilet is far away from school block so that students will not be affected by the smell… ;P
Posted in Blog/News, Project Guizhou 2011
- Tagged Bathroom, care, CGG, charity, China, Construction and Maintenance, givers, group, Guizhou, jiamin, primary, singapore, toilet
Some news from one of our members about a lady using the name 爱心团 for fund raising in the name of charity in China. I found out personally as well many people are using that name as well. Hence I hereby announce that Care Givers Group will be known as 新加坡爱心团 with immediate effect, without causing any confusion or friction in our cause of charity works in the near future. 🙂
I’ve just remitted RMB$5000 yesterday to the principal of our beneficiary primary school for Project Guizhou, Project Toilet 2011, so that he will use that money to pay for the deposit for the builders for the toilet to start chopping down wood to dry and ultimately use them for the toilet. When he first told me about chopping trees down, I was like “WHAO… I hope you guys are planting back more trees for every tree you chop!” He reassured me that those guys are in the business of selling and exporting wood… their livelihood depends on it… hence planting back of trees is a MUST!
The principal also made an announcement recently to the students that CGG will be donating and building a new toilet for them and that we will be visiting them at the end of Dec. They were all so happy and excited they started moving the rocks and gravels to lay part of the foundation for the toilet’s waste bins below… things that they can help within their means. I was so touched by their actions and glad to know they are so excited about our whole visit as well! (see slideshow below)
All our participants from Singapore are also very excited about this trip, although only 7 of us vs 142 students, we hope we have more members who can commit their precious 5 annual leave days for these kids next year. While friends and relatives who cannot join us, please continue pray for our safety, pray for the kids, pray for the great teachers and principals who are so committed to their work and lastly, pray for the words that come out from our mouths which may inspire/encourage/touch those people whom we encounter with before, during and after the trip.
Thanks y’all and God bless. 🙂
Posted in Blog/News, Fund Raising Projects, Project Guizhou 2011
- Tagged asia, care, CGG, charity, China, donation, ecology, Facebook, fund, givers, green, group, Guiyang, Guizhou, kids, mountains, orphanage, orphans, poor, poverty, primary school, raising, singapore, toilet, trees, trip