THIRST NO MORE CORPORATION
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8919 Hobart St % Lewis A McIlwain III Springdale MD 20774 USA
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Thirst No More Corporation (TNMC) is currently working on a school renovation project in the village of Ndalu in the Bas-Congo region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. TNMC is also active in supplying this community school with educational materials, centralized water and eventually renewable energy via solar power. TNMC has been active in these endeavors since 2011 and will also explore creating computer laboratories in schools located in the capital city of Kinshasa.
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Thirst No More Corporation (TNMC) exists to aid the poor and empower the distitute both nationally and internationally. Right now, TNMC is at work in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The purpose of "Project Congo" is to povide children with the educational resources necessary to achieve academic success.
TNMC plans to renovate three schools in and around Kinshasa Congo.
The end goals for "Project Congo" include: (1) restored school buildings that allow students to learn in a structurally safe environment, (2) equipping of students and faculty with the necessary classroom resources to facilitate and enhance the academic experience, and (3) providing electricity and computer equipment to maximize potential.
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