Phase I Project Cost:
All across the world, college students find refuge in their student unions. It’s a gathering place where they can connect with one another, grab a meal before their next class, study and work on homework, or even catch a quick nap!
Koinadugu College will have the same need for a dining space and location for students to study in between and after classes. This is critical for several reasons:
Sanitation and quality control of food being sold and consumed
Sanitation and control of waste disposal around campus
Study space for students, particularly those who may not have such at home and for those coming from a considerable distance to campus, which could potentially impact academic performance
Creation of a culture of knowledge exchange and camaraderie amongst learners and instructors
In phase 1, we aim to build an open-air student cafeteria and study area. Given this structure will be part of a college, we expect it, with proper maintenance, to serve the academic community for at least 20 years.
Phase 1 Components
Building material costs (Iron rods, lumber and cement)
Tables, chairs, kitchen equipment
future project components
In future phases, we see the student union expanding to include recreation spaces, landscaping, kitchens and more.