Mary Alphonse Bradley Grant

Back in October 2012 we received a grant for a dormitory to house 😯 female students at the St Jerome COVE Center. Due to inclement weather it took longer to build than expected.

Here are the photos of the girls in their new home.  THANK YOU

A new beginning in their new home
IMG_0103 A new beginning in their new home




March 15, 2013

So this is the newest picture of the campus. Can you see the addition? It is by the water tower in the middle of the picture.


The new dormitory and bedding will accommodate 80 more children. Students who board at St. Jerome benefit enormously by avoiding the often long walk (up to 10k) each way.  Some students would not be able to attend school at all without this option as their homes are too far.  Those who would walk, if there were no boarding options, might have to miss class on occasion during the rainy season when walking could become dangerous both in terms of the muddy road conditions and the children’s health.   This would interrupt their learning progress.  An on-campus residence provides them a secure and stable place to stay and includes health benefits and nutrition.  It guarantees readiness to learn!