Siloé School: Helping those with fewer resources to have access to education

Since 2014, Siloé School (“Complexe Scolaire Siloé”) is receiving students from the most vulnerable families to offer them basic quality education. For the school year 2014-2015, Siloé School welcomed students from nursery school to the fourth year of high school, due to financial constraints. Today, the school is welcoming students from nursery school to the last year of high school.

On 12 August 2015, the Ministry of Education allowed P.A.S. HOPFAN to launch Siloé School. In 2014, the NGO was authorized to manage the school under another official name in the files at the Ministry of Education, pending the finalization of the whole process. Today, the authorization process has been concluded, and we thank the Lord for His everlasting Grace and Goodness.

Siloé School is a project of P.A.S. HOPFAN, in compliance with the NGO’s rules and regulations. It is based in Boy-Rabe, a lower class area in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR).

The first school year started in September 2014 and concluded in June 2015. The new school year commenced on 13 October 2015. We pray that the Lord lead each one of the students through His Holy Spirit so that they succeed according to His perfect plans for them. In the Name of YAHSHUA. Amen.


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Siloé School: Helping those with less resources to have access to education

Contributing to the fight against spiritual, material and intellectual poverty

Initial results are encouraging

More children enrolled than planned

215 orphans covered by P.A.S. HOPFAN

English classes

Civic education

Bible teaching

Literacy classes

Bible Institute

A new school year with new challenges



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