Students help build the school in Sudan!
Building a school in Cuey Machar would not have been possible if students in The Netherlands would not have been willing to help Kon Kelei and CMSF. The Executive Board consists entirely of students from the Radboud University Nijmegen, in The Netherlands. The staff, who organise various activities and debate nights, raise funds, maintain the website and fulfill diverse other tasks which are necessary to ensure the foundation is working to its ultimate goal, are students. During larger activities, CMSF cooperates with its Ambassadors and for advice the staff can contact the Board of Advisors and the Committee of Recommendation.
Are you a student in The Netherlands and would you like to engage actively in CMSF? You can! We are always looking for enthusiastic students who wish to become actively involved in the Foundation. If you want to watch the work of CMSF or arrange a time with an employee to ask all your questions, you can fill out the contact form on the website!
Not active, but do you want to contribute?
Even if you do not have time to become active in the Foundation, or if you are not living in The Netherlands, you can do a lot for CMSF. As a donor you would immediately contribute to the construction of the school in Southern Sudan. But if you do not have a Dutch bank account, this might become expensive through the costs to transfer money from one country to another. Luckily, there are other ways to contribute to achieving the goal of the foundation. Dive on in the background and message of CMSF, discuss the child soldier issue with friends, family, at school and university and point to others not to overestimate the importance of secondary education for the development of many African children. You can also organize an activity to raise money for CMSF.