|Blessing the ground with the bishop of Jhabua||Foundations|
|Under constuction...||….still building (during the rainy season)|
The problem was that no additional toilets and washrooms were planned, but the current facilities were already insufficient for so many children. With regard to the fact that in future the amount of children will raise, additional washrooms and toilets had to be planned. By July 2004 the school was almost completely built and therefore was ready for the new term to start. Guido traveled to India in July 2004 for the opening of the new school and to arrange the equipment.
|Guido und Rico at the opening in July 2005|
Finally in January 2005 we could admire the definitely completed school (inclusive two new washrooms and toilet buildings).
|Finished school building January 2005||New bathrooms and toilets|
|Sister Martha is in charge of the school shop||1st class with new school benches|
In 2007 our primary school was extended with three new classrooms and the new building was handed over to the children and teachers in a nice opening celebration in October 2007. The new rooms give a lot more space and are very light and friendly. Also new school benches and furniture were provided for this building. Now the Primary School of Dattigaon have become a great education institution for two Kindergarden classes and pupils up to 8th standard.
|New building with three classrooms|
To provide a school uniform for the pupils of the primary school was very important for Father Edward and as well for our children there. In India, usually every school has its own uniform. This is quite important in a country where the social gap between the different casts is very big. With these uniforms we could provide a social equality at least in school and the children are very proud of it and identify themselves with "their" school in Dattigaon.
Our latest project (german text only)
Als weiteres Schulbau-Projekt konnte im Herbst 2010 ebenfalls eine Primarschule für die Kinder in der Missionsstation von Unnai fertiggestellt werden. Die gesamte Schule konnte durch den unvergleichlichen Einsatz der Musical-Truppe "Art à la Carte" aus dem Erlös aus den Showdinner-Abenden im Triesner Saal realisiert werden! Das Geld für die Einrichtung der Schule wurde mit ebenso grossem Engagement von den Schülern der Oberschule Vaduz mit ihrer Lehrerin Eliane Vogt mit ihrem Projekt "Schüler für Schüler" gesammelt, bei dem sie mehr als die 8000km (Strecke von Vaduz bis nach Unnai in Indien) mit dem Rad zurücklegten! Allen Beteiligten für dieses super-erfolgreiche Projekt nochmals ganz herzlichen Dank und hier noch einige Bilder dazu: