Two new classrooms at the Miriam Fountain Nursing School in the Democratic Republic of the Congo will provide an environment where students learn to become midwives and offer safe care for women.
For the Ecole du l’Enfant Epanoul school, a new building would mean being able to provide a safe physical environment and having space to accept more students from low-income families.
Through meeting basic equipment needs, this project can improve the services offered to 100,000 patients who seek care in this network of facilities.
Four years ago, the Congolese Baptist Women started the Mitendi Primary School using classrooms in the Mitendi Women’s Center.
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