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Route d’Yvonand 8B – 1522 Lucens (VD) – Switzerland
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Fair Future Foundation
Route d’Yvonand 8B – 1522 Lucens (VD) – Switzerland
Credit Suisse Bank
IBAN : CH64 0483 5143 7008 9100 0
Bank clearing: 4835

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News published the Monday, Sep 21, by Fair Future Foundation
Last week, we took some photos with the foundation drone on the #RebuildMbinuDita site. As you can see, the work for the foundations is progressing well despite the immense constraints we are experiencing (weather, security, hygiene, travel, logistics and psychological ...). We are hard at work on-site to finish school in November 2020. You can help us friends, we really need all of you.
Gallery – MbinuDita School rebuilding | 21.09.2020

On December 20, 2019, the two-class school in Mbinu Dita collapsed due to a storm. By rebuilding a new school, the foundation provides continuity of educational activity in Mbinu Dita. Hundreds of children aged 8 to 10 will benefit from this beautiful school. This population is far from any form of civilization. It is therefore essential for them that the school can be rebuilt as quickly as possible. And for the very rural community of this region, this new school will also be a community centre in which the foundation will organize events all year round.

Since mid-August, we have resumed work in Sumba to begin reconstruction work on our school in MbinuDita. Some of them are on the #RebuildMbinuDita site in order to start the works, the foundations, the material orders and also to wait for the material containers which will arrive on September 14 from Surabaya, more than 2,000 kilometres from Sumba. Here are some pictures.