The Gerrard Library at Bedaase was officially opened autumn 2007. We want to increase the number of books and after school useage by children and villagers.
Some new books for Bedaase library.
Bedasse nursery children happily eating their lunch
The Curtis Block in Bedasse being officially named in autumn 2007
Children near Bedaase carrying water.
The waterpump at Bedaase means that all inhabitants of this village now have safe water to drink
Ghanaian children often use an old rice bag as a school bag! These bags are large and come with strong handles
This child looks very happy at recieving her gift from a sponsor.
Everyone tries to climb into the new pick-up as it leaves Bedaase.
The Bedaase football team in their new kit.
The headmaster of Bedaase school shows off the new sports equipment for the children.
Bedaase School Photograph - everyone waving!
Bedaase Woolly dollies and scoubies were a big hit!
The Bedaase football team are excited have been given another new football kit from Exmouth Town Junior Football Club.
The Bedaase preschool now has new megablocks!
This is the old kitchen at Bedaase.
Bedaase - Blocks for new kitchen.
This is the Bedaase new kitchen.
These are the older school buildings which will be now refurbished to create enough classrooms to accommodate the existing school and the new Junior High School at Bedaase.
Old buildings are being refurbished and extended to create enough classrooms to accommodate the existing school and the new Junior High School at Bedaase.
- Page 1 - Adumasa
- Page 2 - Bedaase
- Page 3 - Chiransa
- Page 4 - Rosemary
- Page 5 - Adumasa JHS
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