Babylon , Kombo North
Gambia, West Africa
THE DREAM BEGINS TO MATERIALIZE
From that period on Dr. Fulton started her campaign for the establishment of a school in the Gambia. The Barry brothers and Dr. Fulton started searching for land where the school could be built. They went from village to village until finally they settled on the Babylon Village Community. The good part of the deal was the land was given to Dr. Fulton without cost. It should be noted that acquiring such a piece of land would have cost close to $20,000US dollars.
Babylon is a rapidly growing community where most of the people are involved in agriculture. The closest school for them is a small nursery school that struggles to provide a good education. Most of the children in the village are from ages (4-6) and do not go to school. The main objective for building the school is to provide quality education to the community of Babylon with minimal cost.The school catchment area is habited by people whose main economic activity is farming. It is not a well-off community and parents spend most of their time looking for money to buy food and other basic necessities for their families. So often, these parents can only make one to two dollars each day, no matter how hard they work.The great things about sponsorship is the opportunity to help others in ways they cannot help themselves. It takes a big heart and I am already thankful for yours, to help and give these children a better life today and tomorrow. You will be in many ways an answer to a mother’s greatest hope.
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