Tuesday, November 24, 2009
How A Public School Owned A BH To Supplement Their Yearly Income !!!!
A new landmark on how swiftlet farming can help Non Profit Organisations (NGOs) to draw income for their activities.
A school that has very little or no source of income except donations from individual or companies have recently decided to own a BH.
The idea was to convert an old classrooms building, most of the time flooded by about 1 to 2 feet of water, into a BH.
The one story building was recently converted and after not more then 6 months there were already 30 nests plus 15 more new markings.
This one story building used to be student classrooms however due to constant flooding it was about to be taken down by the management.
While searching for a source of income for the sake of those students the School Board have decided to convert the old building into a BH.
Strategically located and far away from new classrooms buildings, this BH will be a new landmark in Sabah.
The interesting feature was it was only a single stories and but still as effective as a high building.
From the way the BH is being populated, it might be full within less then 5 years.
Hopefully once the BH is full the school will no longer need to beg for monies to help in their school operation.
At the moment they still need all the helps they can get. Those who have extra cash to donate to the school please contact 017 755 1318. Remember they still need your help until their BH produced enough nests to supplement their yearly activities.
Donation: I am sure you have learned something after reading this article. If you feel that the lesson learned deserved an encouragement you can contribute a some donation to this account: Yayasan Kebajikan Nah Sabah, 100930010038410 at Allied Bank, Malaysia.