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Building Donation

When it comes to providing quality education for children who otherwise wouldn’t have it, every dollar counts. $10, $1000 and everything in between brings us closer to changing the world, one child at a time.

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Healing Hearts Aid Post

The first Sanananda aid post was built by the community. It was a rustic, tiny facility with limited functionality that was built quickly for the CHW to have somewhere to work. It was destroyed by flood, so the community built another, larger facility out of bush materials in a location less flood prone. It also has a dedicated space for maternity, which is much needed for the women in the community. Without ante- and post-natal services, expectant mothers need to travel to Buna by boat to deliver safely

HEALING HEARTS AID POST

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Donation Total: $100.00 One Time

Little Hatchling Hearts

Buna is home to an elementary school. Originally built by KTF out of local timbers, it was upgraded by the Kokoda Initiative to a pre-fab double classroom. With 80 prep students, Buna does not have an ECE facility for the little ones. Prep students have been taught in a makeshift classroom over the years while the community has been trying to raise their contribution to a new building. COVID-19 further limited their earning capacity and with it, their hopes for doing so.

Little Hatchling Hearts

Building Fund

$
Plus an additional to cover gateway fees.
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Personal Info

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This is a secure SSL encrypted payment.
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Donation Total: $100.00 One Time

Little Hatchling Hearts

Buna is home to an elementary school. Originally built by KTF out of local timbers, it was upgraded by the Kokoda Initiative to a pre-fab double classroom. With 80 prep students, Buna does not have an ECE facility for the little ones. Prep students have been taught in a makeshift classroom over the years while the community has been trying to raise their contribution to a new building. COVID-19 further limited their earning capacity and with it, their hopes for doing so.