25 April 2016
Working together Reach Architecture Studio we plan to salvage the old dilapidated building that we have been using for the school. This will give us a new look to the school and with the teachers who are undergoing training we expect to provide the best services to the community and also inspire more students/young people to join the school thus reaching our main objective of training the youth in vocational skills (Here is the picture of the house we currently use).
24 April 2016
15 March 2016
16 August 2012
On 3rd August 2012, Community Development Alliance held its first graduation ceremony. From the time the school was started way back with Agwara Machine, 30 students have already completed their course of study in Carpentry and joinery and Tailoring. In this graduation however 8 students who recently completed received their Certificates in a ceremony that was attended by Chief of Anghal who was the Chief Guest, the team from Canada, community leaders, business community, members of CDA, community members etc. Here Asumani the volunteer teacher for tailoring receives a Certificate of recognition
15 August 2012
On their way to Nyalebbe, the team from Reach Architecture studios passed via the office of the Territory Administrator for a consultative meeting. The Administrator was pleased to receive them and pledged government support for the project, he assured the team as well as CDA that there is nothing that will avert the project that they are pursuing. He extended his appreciation for the work that development partners like CDA and Reach Architecture Studios are doing in the development and empowerment of the community which duty the government could not manage without the support of such partners.In the picture the Administrator in the middle of Crystal and Lisa in front of his office. He exceptionally expressed his excitement about the vision of building a Vocational Training Centre, which to him had never existed in the territory. He recalled that most people who have vocational skills like carpentry, tailoring, brick laying etc learn from their fathers and grand fathers which skills now do not suit the current trend of modernity, the Vocational Training Centre therefore will bring in new and fresh skills that will trigger new ways of doing things which is more environmental friendly as well as enabling the youth and the community live decent and dignified life.