The William Penn Peace House Dormitory - 2009
This five-room dorm was made possible by the William Penn Charter School students in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as well as other donors. The William Penn Peace House is a dormitory that was completed in November 2009 and is now inhabited by 21 boys and 4 teachers.
Kitchen/Dining Facility and Bathrooms - 2009
The eating facility houses a kitchen and outside eating space. It also functions as a multiple use space, particularly for programs and activities before and after regular school hours. This is where dormitory students prepare and eat their meals during the week.
Well Construction - 2009
Thanks to the Aberdeen Rotary Club of Aberdeen, Scotland and Friends of Singapore, a new well was developed to serve the Caramanico School and the next door primary school. Previously, water was hand carried from a local stream some distance from the school.
Mom's House Dormitory - 2010
Dedicated in honor of Rebecca Bonnell and Mary Caramanico, this is a dormitory for girls who would otherwise not be able to attend school because of long travel distances. We are grateful to many donors, including Rebecca Bonnell and children of Mary Caramanico. This dormitory will help to ensure equal access to education for girls.
Computer and Internet Connectivity - 2010
Prior to this project, the school had one computer powered by a single solar panel on the school's rooftop. As of 2010, the school now has more than seven working laptop computers, donated by NewAge Industries.
It is now possible to have computer instruction as a class as opposed to one on one instruction. This is the only school in the province of Ratanakiri with multiple computers.
Solar Electricity Installation - 2011
Multiple solar panels have been installed at the school and dormitories to operate lights and fans, and to enable full operation of computers including the internet. Before completion, the school did not have access to any electricity save the one panel that supplied the sole computer.