Project Sulangan has donated Sepak Takraw equipment to the Physical Education department at Sulangan Elementary School! Sepak Takraw is an Asian sporting event played like volleyball but a rattan ball is used and players can only use their feet, knees, chest and head to touch the ball. They even have their own world championships!
Today the feed centre tables were completed and delivered to the Project Sulangan Feed Centre at Sulangan Elementary School. The school was previously a classroom and was then changed into a feed centre to house the children when they were taking their meals during school time. We are very proud of this project […]
We visited Sulangan Elementary School in October 2017 after previously rebuilding a school there and completing the rebuild in December 2015. After returning to Sulangan and meeting with the Principal, teachers and students we decided to donate a total of 60 chairs, 30 individual desks and 5 large tables. 30 of the chairs would be used for the classroom along with 30 individual desks and the other 30 chairs would be used with the 5 large tables for the Feed Centre which is now the Project Sulangan Building. We went around the local town of Guiuan getting quotes for [...]
On the 19 December 2015 our first project was finally completed. After a year of fundraising, hard work and complete dedication we rebuilt a school that was devastated by one of the worst typhoons ever recorded in history. We are overwhelmed by the continued support and we are beyond grateful to everyone who has helped to get this project to the end. Thank you to everyone who has donated to this project and to the Australian company - Treehouse Landscapes & Handshapes for their incredible donation. Thank you to all the workers and the people of Sulangan who were [...]
On November 19 2015, we returned to Sulangan in the Philippines to continue our project... and we hit the ground running... As soon as we arrive we finish rebuilding the walls and start cementing the exterior. Once this was done we then made a start on the roof... ...we then start to cement the interior of the building and the roof starts to take shape... ...once the walls are cemented we [...]
This is a project we started when we flew to the island in November 2014. We met with the Principal of the Elementary School and discussed what was most needed, and the Kindergarten Classroom was one of the most important areas that needed rebuilding. After seeing the building and understanding that the Kindergarten children were currently sharing a room with other pupils, making it extremely difficult to sit and also learn, we decided to go ahead with the project. Whilst we were there with the funds we had already raised from so many generous donors, we were able to [...]