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NGO offering to design and build schools

General information

Overall description

Article 25 has been designing and building sustainable, cost-effective, child-friendly and appropriately designed schools across the world for many years We always work in close collaboration with local communities and we offer technical design expertise and train workers in construction skills, so that we not only leave a building behind but a community able to build for themselves.
We are always looking for new partners, small and large, who want to build. Our designs take climate challenges and local contexts into consideration to make sure that the designs are appropriate, durable and sustainable.
All Article 25’s projects are done in partnership with other NGOs, local communities and aid agencies.
Attached to this description is a video from a school Article 25 helped build with the local community in Gourcy, Burkina Faso.


The timing will depend on the scale of the project.

Partnership types

Doing business with the poor; Provision of services / personnel

Global issues

Education and training; Gender issues; Shelter, housing, land management all (3)

Services / personnel details

Services / personnel description

Article 25 provides beneficiary communities and other international NGOs with the technical expertise and services required to deliver a sustainable, and appropriately designed school.

Type(s) of services / personnel

Community and social services; Construction

One off or ongoing partnership

I will be offering these services / personnel on an ongoing basis.


This offer requires no payment.
We ask for for a small cost contribution for our work out of the overall construction budget. Where required we can help community groups raise funds for construction.

Organisation details

Organisation name

Article 25

Business sector(s)

Construction; Education and training

Annual turnover (US$)

500,000 - 1 million

Contact details

Only verified non-profit organisations who have exchanged contact details may view this.


  • Contact details exchanged
    26 Jul 2018 04:55 GMT

    Hope Children's Centre Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Hope Children's Centre says: Hope Children's Centre an educational institution for vulnerable and orphaned children in Uganda we would very much interested in this offer by Article 25 as it will boost the classroom learning environment for more information visit

  • Contact details exchanged
    26 Jul 2018 09:04 GMT

    International Development Partnerships Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Andrew Chadwick says: International Development Partnerships (IDP) is a London-based charity working in the Simien Highlands of northern Ethiopia. We are improving education and health services by providing material support to primary schools and health centres among some of the most disadvantaged communities in the country. We would be very keen to partner with Article 25 in the design of sustainable, low-cost schools and health centres and the transfer of construction skills to local workers.
    I would welcome the opportunity to discuss this offer further.
    Andrew Chadwick, Director.

  • Contact details exchanged
    27 Jul 2018 09:23 GMT

    Epiphany Trust Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Bill Hampson says: Epiphany Trust, which works primarily with disabled and disadvantaged children and young adults, has educational projects in Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka which could benefit from a partnership with Article 25
    I would be grateful for the opportunity to discuss things further.

  • Commented
    27 Jul 2018 11:35 GMT

    Living Bread Missions Verified non-profit organisation
    (Verified non-profit organisation)

    Sampson Dorkunor says: We are strongly interested in this offer and will love to know the conditions and offer details. We have projects which are influencing communities and providing necessary sustainability aside preparing the next generation for impact.

  • Commented
    27 Jul 2018 10:48 GMT

    Rural Development Centre
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Botame Augustine Mboh says: Dear sir or madam,
    we are a community based organization by name Rural Development Centre (RUDEC).
    We foster health programs in the most remote communities in Cameroon.
    Recently,we planned to design a program to construct two hospital clinics in two rural communities in Cameroon but due to insufficient conception,finances and technical support we are unable to actually begin this.
    sir or madam, we plead for your urgent support in any form so this could be realized.
    kind regards,
    Botame Augustine Mboh,
    Coordinator RUDEC,
    tell: +237 677 95 35 86

  • Commented
    30 Jul 2018 10:44 GMT

    Community Health And Social Development For Cameroon-(COHESODEC)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    CHENWI ELVIS FUH says: We of "Community Health and Social Development for Cameroon-(COHESODEC), are very much delighted with such a commendable gesture as there are very limited school and health infrastructure across Cameroon especially in the rural areas.We will therefore very much welcome such a beneficial partnership that will greatly help us in designing and building sustainable, cost-effective, child-friendly and appropriately designed schools across Cameroon especially in remote communities where children study under trees and herds and old deplorable infrastructure. We are also very much interested working in close collaboration with Article 25 so as to ensure that we together significantly change the situation of absence/deplorable nature of schools,health centers, hospital e.t.c infrastructure across Cameroon.This offer of technical design expertise and training of workers in construction skills in Cameroon is very much welcomed.

    Currently, Cameroon is largely deficient as regards health and educational infrastructure.Across all the 10 regions of Cameroon, there is an acute shortage of over 10,000 health centers, hospitals, primary and secondary schools in both rural and urban communities.
    We are therefore patiently waiting for the services of Article 25 here in Cameroon which we strongly believe will go a long way to ameliorate on the health and social living conditions of a significant proportion of Cameroonians.

    We will be grateful for such a wonderful opportunity and we look forward to discussing more in this regard with Article 25,so that together we can greatly improve on the situation of health and social Infrastructure in Cameroon.
    Best Regards!

    Coordinator COHESODEC
    P.O Box 317,Mankon-Bamenda-Cameroon
    Tel;(00237) 675 405 478 /695 110 313

  • Commented
    31 Jul 2018 09:59 GMT

    House of Glory Blessed Church
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Moses Gitari says: Great work by Article 25!,would you like to build a school for children of imprisoned parents in Kenya? visit our profile on globalhand and contact us.

  • Commented
    20 Aug 2018 04:44 GMT

    Majd ALYemen Company for contracting trading ltd
    (For-profit organisation)

    Bassam ALI ALQUSHAIBI says: Greetings from MAJD ALYEMEN COMPANY
    MAJD ALYEMEN, Is pleased to introduce itself as one of Yemen's leading growing suppliers of industrial equipment and services to heavy industry, utility providers and contractors.
    We are a specialist service company that caters to the exact requirements of clients using advanced technologies, talented teams of multi-disciplinary professionals, and best practice models and standards.
    We represent several International manufactures and service providers In Yemen.
    MAJD ALYEMEN, has a proven track record of experience in providing innovation and customer satisfaction across a wide variety of industries.
    Ranging from Small to large enterprises and corporations,we have extensive
    experience across the following sectors:
    1- Construction sector (construction works), engineering services and real estate
    2. Commercial sector (general trade).
    *We would like you to approve the registration of the company in your supplier lists in order to deal with you .
    Your sincere love and respect,,,


  • Commented
    21 Sep 2018 10:12 GMT

    Manzi Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Aloys Manzi says: We are strongly interested in this offer and will love to know the conditions and offer details. We would like to build schools in the northern province of Rwanda, where we have a large Manzi Foundation's community.

  • Commented
    23 Sep 2018 03:35 GMT

    Volset Foundation
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Volset Uganda says: We are interested in this offer and will love to know the conditions and offer details. We would like to build schools in Central Uganda. Looking forward to hearing from you with details on what we should do next.

    Thank you

  • Commented
    24 Oct 2018 07:42 GMT

    Odollo Self Help Group
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Steven Were says: Should nothing be done to equip teen mothers and young widows without necessary life skills and economic tools requisite to support themselves and their orphans; the society should ready itself to face a storm of street children and crime, an up-tide in prostitution and related health implications; a clear propagation of the unfortunate cycle of human suffering. We are rebuilding lives of 100 teen mothers and through Training in Tailoring and design as well as other craft courses.
    We strongly feel that this offer posted by you can be of some great help to our youth. Our email is;

  • Commented
    21 Nov 2018 08:35 GMT

    Anglican Church of Ghana
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    KOBINA SMITH says: We are interested in partnering you to assist our various projects. We look forward to being in touch with you

  • Commented
    25 Nov 2018 07:58 GMT

    Christian Community Healthcare Foundation- Kenya (COHECF KENYA)
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Michael Ochieng Nyawino says: COHECF KENYA would like to partner with you to build primary school for children in Kitale.
    This offer will be able to help many children who cannot afford the existing schools.

    Kindly visit our website at:


  • Commented
    26 Nov 2018 12:14 GMT

    CINTA Foundation Uganda
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    GERTRUDE MASEMBE says: CINTA-Uganda would like to partner with you to build at least one block of classrooms for a school almost 119 Kilometers from the city Center. The school has 4 semi permanent structures comprising 4 rooms and some of them lack windows. The school can barely afford furniture and some learners have to sit on the floor while attending lessons.
    However, the school is only in position to mobilize in-kind contribution in form of labor but the classroom block once constructed will not only contribute towards a better learning environment but also lead to increased enrollment.
    Am positive that Article 25 will partner with CINTA Uganda towards this cause and anxiously waiting for your feedback

  • Commented
    28 Nov 2018 05:12 GMT

    Radio Uhai FM Station Limited
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    Radio Uhai FM Station Limted says: Hello Brothers and Sisters!

    Grace and peace to you!

    We are a Christian Radio Station in Tanzania found in the city of Tabora to the Western part of the Country. Our Mission has been to reach people with the Word of God in our region and also educate them through different issues such as Environment, Education, Women, and Children Issues. and

    Since the radio station established in 2017 we have been experiencing the change of bad behaviors to good behaviors in the society. We have been doing conferences and open air meetings to provide different educations to the people in Tanzania and also have made some Mission trips to meet some religion leaders in the countries of Malawi, Rwanda, Burundi, and DR Congo. We have experienced the poverty of the people in these countries and different needs to the society.

    We have seen that people needs some training to make them self reliance, people needs to have a fear of God in order to make them away from bad behaviors so Church leaders needs Training in order to help them to teach people and young men according to what going on now in the world. Because of these needs, radio Uhai currently is in need or desire to develop the following Projects.

    Expand the area of coverage from District Level to Regional or National Level in order to provide hope to the people of Tanzania as a whole

    We are praying for God to help us to develop a Training center where by different people can get Vocational training to help them to fight against poverty and become producers in the society. At the Center we will introduce also Bible School for the Church leaders to help them to have good knowledge in the word of God

    We desiring to have Charity Schools for the Orphans and Vulnerable Children and empower them to have good education as those have been given to other Children in the country.

    Therefore, we are writing you to make a request if we can partner with your Organization in any one of the needs mentioned above projects so that to help our people here to see the Love of God in the their lives and feel they belong in the society. We are ready to answer if there additional questions needs to get elaborated. Thank you and we hope to hear from you!


    Deus Kanunu

  • Commented
    12 Dec 2018 07:28 GMT

    Pesuben Ministries
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    peter mukaabya says: PESUBEN ministries is in neeed of this offer to elevate our rural secondary school with the major aim of put more evansis to the girl chuld.

  • Commented
    12 Dec 2018 07:31 GMT

    Pesuben Ministries
    (Unverified non-profit organisation)

    peter mukaabya says: pesuben ministries
    is in need of this offer to elevate our rural secondary school with the major aim of putting more emphasis to the girl child.