indeco divine hands blog 2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 210 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.

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Almost 400 Schools registered for the School Enterprise Challenge 2012!

looking back from where we coming from is really an encouraging thing its like we are climbing up each time, its really good to straggle and achieve than to straggle and fail.indeco community s participation in the social enterprise has taught us alot.each time you think of starting a business you look around get an idea but fail to set off becoz of finances but,this taught us to look within us and see wht is at hand and take advantage.imagine sun international hotel cleans up ,throws all the old and unwanted used beding to indeco school ,indeco saw old linen turned it into ropes and later int bags,jolly boys pack packers likes the bags ad turns them into merchandase,and indeco in turn gets money,later buys material,later turns material into uniforms and later get paid for unforms and money made gives birth to another enterprise and now needs are sorted out,pupils aquire skills,parents support and aquire skills too, teachers paid,electricity installed and bills paid,water bills paid,teachers paid tansport costs meet,communication meet,ad now fundraising for school building commerced.step by step we are moving

School Enterprise Challenge Blog

Hello from Teach A Man To Fish!

This week has been another great week for sign-ups to the School Enterprise Challenge, and we would like to welcome all those that have recently registered to take part. The first school from our hometown – London, UK – has joined (Park View School) as well as other UK schools such as Sir Thomas Boteler CoE High School from Warrington and Hounsdown School from Southampton.

New Sign-Ups

We were also delighted to see the first schools from El Salvador and Burundi sign-up this week, so a big welcome goes out to Casa La Atarraya and Primary School of Munyika I. There have also been a number of new African schools join the competition – for example Ntababomvu Combined School (South Africa), Nsangi Secondary School & Wisdom Primary School (Uganda) and Grange School Ikeja, Prestige High School, Golden Bunch School and Mora…

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preparation of flyersby the pupils


our new pre school uniform

our new pre school uniform

in order to come up with more fund raising ventures the school decided to open a pre school this will cater for children from 2 years to 5 years this has given an opportubity to the women to get employment as the school has planed to employ 2 care giver/maids and two more teachers.the team is also working on the room to be used we hope all will be well enrloment is going on we have made flyers and given them to pupils who are spreading and advertising on behalf of the school.


awaiting for new plot

the committee has been meeting and writing proposals for support ,we have now decided to expand our business we hope to get into layersbut this calls for more funds the plan and letters to the council have been done.

birds exchange

our pupils won during the birds exhibition day held on the seventeen of march at the Livingstone museum




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