Cote d’Ivoire Project
Join Maranatha in the western African country of Cote d’Ivoire and work at the Niangon Adventist Secondary School!
The Niangon Adventist Church began in the 1980s in the Yopougon neighborhood of Abidjan. The church began meeting in a rented shop, but the congregation grew so rapidly they quickly outgrew the space and acquired a plot of land for a new building. When the congregation acquired the land, they also had plans to have a school on the same property, but have not been able to acquire the funds needed to start construction. Adventist Education is a top priority for church leaders, and Maranatha has agreed to build several classrooms and laboratories to meet their need. Their goal is to have space for nearly 400 students.
Volunteers on this team will build the masonry block walls for one of the buildings as well as reach out into the community through activities like children’s ministry programs and health education.
Update (Jan 2021): As countries continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic regulations change regularly. At this time Maranatha is moving forward with the preparation for this project. Those planning on joining this project should go ahead and register and we will update registered volunteers if there are any changes to the status of the project.Scope
Masonry School Construction