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Contact Admin. Despite being a popular holiday destination, the Dominican Republic is a country steeped in poverty — major advances in the tourism industry have only added further to the divide between the rich and poor. High unemployment remains a serious problem and many children do not have access to a basic education or simple healthcare.
There are over , orphaned children on this small island and thousands suffer from malnutrition. In we met a Dominican couple named Ramon and Juana, who with little income were educating 50 children in a chicken shed. We were touched by their love for the children of Monte Plata so we built them a school.
Since then, hundreds of children have been given quality education and chance to escape poverty. David Spurdle met Juana and Ramon, who were educating children in a chicken shed. David partnered with Ramon and Juana, to fund the oversubscribed school. The construction of the quality, hurricane-resistant Eva Russell School began. Volunteer teams from the UK built additional classrooms every summer.
Hurricane George hit Monte Plata. We sent two containers full with clothing, food and school supplies for the victims and we rebuilt the houses of four families. A campsite was purchased for the school to host yearly summer camps allowing hundreds of local children to have fun and enjoy nutritious meals. Ramon and Juana witnessed the needs of orphaned and at risk children and we helped them respond by building the safe and loving Casa Monte Plata homes.
When the Haiti earthquake hit, our staff in the Dominican Republic travelled to Haiti to provide essential food, water, shelter and medical care. The Eva Russell School added two Kindergarten classrooms to complete the purpose built and fully functional building. Over 3, children have received a great education at the Eva Russell School. Many have gone on to achieve their dreams in their careers and family life.