PRIMARY SCHOOL AT KODAYI COMMUNITY, NEW KARU LGA, NASARAWA STATE.
Kodayi Community is situated at New Karu Local Government Area, Nasarawa State, Nigeria. It is located about 50 kilometers from Nigeria’s capital, Abuja. There are over 500 inhabitants in Kodayi and the community does not have a standard primary school. The existing primary school, Karichi Development Primary School, Kodayi, is in a deplorable state with only four (4) teachers, presently.
Side view showing the broken down walls of a classroom in Karichi Development Primary School Kodayi
AHF President witha volunteer and theonly four teachers in front of
KarichiDevelopment Primary School,Kodayiin its present deplorable state.
A cross section of students’ of Karichi development primary school,Kodayi and teachers with AHF President
Arm of Hope Foundation (AHF) understands the need for basic education for every child; hence, we embark on projects like building of new schools, renovating of old and dilapidated schools, provision of back-to-school supplies and provide quality teachers.
This drive motivated the Foundation to propose to construct, equip and provide teachers for, a New Primary School in Kodayi Community in New Karu Local Government Area, Nasarawa State, Nigeria.
|S/N||ITEM||AMOUNT (₦)||AMOUNT ($)|
|1||LAND PURCHASE (8 PLOTS)||2,500,000.00||6,917.88|
|2||BUILDING MATERIALS (SANDS, CHIPPINGS, NAILS, RODS, ETC.)||3,500,000.00||9,685.02|
|3||CEMENT (200 – 350 BAGS)||650,000.00||1,798.65|
|5||ROOFING, CEILING, PAINTING||3,700,000.00||10,238.46|
|7||CLASSROOM CHAIRS &DESK (100 PIECES)||3,700,000.00||10,238.46|
|8||OFFICE CHAIRS& TABLES||500,000.00||1,383.58|
|9||TEACHERS SALARY (60,000 PER TEACHER) X21||1,260,000. 00||3,486.61|
|10||3 TANKS, TANK STAND, SUMO PUMP AND POWER GENERATING SET||1,700,000. 00||4,704.16|
|ESTIMATED TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT||19,510,000.00||53,987.12|
i. Pre-Construction (Weeks 1 – 4): Secure permits, prepare contracts and specifications. The land is cleared and mapped out for construction.
ii. Weeks 4-10: Casting of the footers and foundation. A foundation inspection is conducted to make sure it’s the right material and thickness, and that the necessary vents and waterproofing are being used. Frame the floors, walls, and roof. Framing inspections are conducted to verify safety and quality. After the inspector approves the work, install exterior finishes to protect the interior.
iii. Weeks 11-13: Install electrical, plumbing, insulation, HVAC systems and plastering of the building. Inspections are done to ensure electrical and mechanical systems are compliant.
iv. Weeks 13-15: Complete the flooring, doors, cabinets, painting and other interior finishes.
v. Weeks 15-18: Install the electrical and plumbing fittings, chairs and tables, white boards, teaching aids etc. Complete the final plumbing and electrical work. Landscaping, design, and any remaining exterior work are done. Test run electrical and HVAC systems.
vi. Week 19-20: The final building code inspection is conducted; if any issues are found, they must be fixed before the school building can be approved.
Once approved, formal closeout is performed and it is ready to be commissioned for use.
We kindly solicit for your sponsorship/support for this proposed project.
All donations by cheque or bank transfer should be made to the bank account details below: