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Kingfisher opens Nursery School in Pirang

Kingfisher Trust, a non-political and non-sectanan organisation recently opened a new nursery school and day care centre in Pirang

The Kingfisher Trust President Captain Lamm Saine recently opened three new classroom and kitchen blocks. with toilets The Rotary Club of Roosendaal and NCDO both in Holland sponsored the Project. Sfichting Bouwen. a chanty organisation from Holland, managed the building Prole on behalf of Kingfisher Trust. This Chanty of Building Engineers and Architects if necessary will teach the locals who are working on the build,

According to Kingfisher Trust, the founder of

the charity organisation. Mr Enc de Ruder and partner Ms Michelle Tuithof managed several similar projects in The Gambia. 'They did oversee building Projects in Indonesia and they received requests from Ghana.' organisation said

The Rotary Club of Venlo Maas en Peel and Roosendaal Rotary Club donated special Nursery School Furniture and 4 large boxes of Toys

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