My name is Akena Reagan Peter. A member of the Butterfly project ( Butterfly project is a project which empowers gifted and talented Ugandan youth.
It is a unique project because in Butterfly we do unique things like playing board games, Project management, touring nearby places in Kampala and getting expose to outside world, watching interesting movies like Doctor who, Merlin, harry porter, and other interesting movies, also going to important work shop and many more to mention but. And in sub group butterfly north). Am from Northern Uganda from a district known as Kitgum. I remember joining the butterfly project in 2010 after my P.L.E vacation. Not to go very far I am fourteen year old(14 years). I was born in 1998 in Kitgum my home place and as a child I always dream to be a doctor and I still have that dream burning in me still up to when am in senior. I started my senior studies in Chrysalis senior secondary school in Kampala Kireka under the sponsor of the butterfly project. Chrysalis school was a school which helps to train people to become change maker in their societies. But because of some technical and management and funding problem I went to Kitgum in northern Uganda for my senior two in 2012 and in 2013 am in senior three.
When I join Butterfly project at the age of 12 years in senior one at the chrysalis school, I came up with an idea to start my own project.
I first started with the project known as the AQ( Acholi quarter news project) an in this project it is like newspapers and I am the editor and I have my reporters in the place at year’s range of 10—14. This project was aimed to improve the ability of the children to interact the local community in their area of living.
And it was also aim create awareness to the children of what is happening in their local community. Also to improve of the English of the pupils and the way they talk to each other. And after editing we print it and distribute to the community.
Another project which I have just started is the I.C.T.( computer learning project) just this 2013 and in this project is aimed at:
Getting children to know about the use of computer because currently the advantage of learning how to use the computer is very helpful
Accessing them to the internet of the current situation so that they can find friends from overseas and they share experience of their countries
Children learning computer
That’s was all I can tell about myself, now let me go straight to the point.
THE PROBLEMs WITH Present DAYs UGANDA.
Corruption and bribery
For now I will talk about this three from my knowledge.
CORRUPTION is the misuse of public funds for some one’s own benefit and for the benefit of his/her family. Like if some foreign aids are sent from abroad and it is suppose to go to the community which the fund was to go to a person comes up and steal the money and only give half or little and sometimes he/she hide it all yet in reality that one is bad. Even before God that one is bad. Before you do something first put yourself in that person’s shoe you are affecting because what is meant for someone you take it away and use it to shoot your own interest. Wealth that you get from stealing doesn’t last too long, it fades away and God will judge for that.
1 .ANY person found to be corrupt must be jailed and his private property should be sold off incase he/she doesn’t recover the money stolen.
—-you cannot solve corruption when you are corrupt too. It’s like a person trying to remove something from his fellow friend eyes yet he has left his so for us to solve corruption we should also stop corruption from down
Child abuse exploitation of children. There are many forms of child abuse, namely:
1. Child labor.
This is when a child lift loads heavier than his/her weight and this affect the growth of the child. I think this one we don’t need to say the government should do what but we should solve this ourselves by stopping any one that you have seen doing child labor
2. Corporal punishment
This is the giving of too much punishment to child which was not what he/she deserve in reality example, kaining / beating up the child with too many strokes at times a child of 8 years is beaten ten bad stroke and even at school teachers give corporal punishment to the children.( this things happens). How do we solve it? It’s you to solve this yourself when you see any one doing this.
This is abusing someone sexually by force without the person accepting and this may lead to UN wanted pregnancy and even contraction of un wanted STD’s or STI’s. How do we solve this? Girls should walk in group going and coming back from school.
This is big person impregnate a small person of under age. The defiler should be jailed.
5. Early marriages
Early marriage is due to influence of the parent of that may be because of financial problem the parent are going through so they force the small girl or boy to get married usually among girls and they leave school early and going to their home they face a lot of problem even beatings from their husbands.
Enough teaching should be given to the parents usually in rural areas because they don’t know the value of education.
6. Child sacrifice
Child sacrifices when someone kidnaps a child and sacrifices it to the devil in order to get wealth in UN clean way. A person who fears God doesn’t do this.
MAINLY roads, there are pot holes in the roads and this are causers of accident in our country. The best way to solve this is obvious, filling the potholes
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BLOG ON CORRUPTION WHICH WAS CHOSEN AS THE MAIN TOPIC FOR THIS YEAR 2013
Hi, my name is Charles Obuk, the manager of Drama for change project at the chrysalis centre … Butterfly project. I am 15 years old.
A new year has began with a very serious topic i.e. Corruption which is ruining our future worldwide because I know corruption is everywhere and it was just last month that we had such kind of act being done on over Ushs37 billion that was given for Peace Recovery Development Project which was corrupted yet the money was to help the people who were affected by the LRA war in Northern Uganda and I was shocked to hear that happened. This is not the first time of corruption to happen in Uganda, it was in 2011 when we heard of oil bribery, you can see how corruption is limiting this country from developing. There was one boy called Nyeko Zisite a member of butterfly project also, I talked to him and went to parliament and requested them to let us have speeches there but they told us that if we want to take videos, we should take it from outside, and we came and made some videos on corruption. You see a change maker don’t need to sit and keep quiet when there is an enemy ruining people that is why I never gave up with Drama project because I believe it create changes in this country and all over the world or maybe I shall be remembered in history on certain occasion so I am working towards that. It hurts me so much when I see some NGOs have stopped to offer their aid to this country because of the rampant growing of a big headed corruption in this country Uganda and maybe in some other countries also. So you find that the people deep in the villages are the one to suffer and they really suffer a lot and this hurt me so much when I think of it. Remember you have done it for yourself and for your family and when trouble arise after, when the NGOs have stopped aiding the country, it is other people to suffer while for you very okay but you shall face the consequences at the end!!. Here is the questions for you, will you just sit and see, wait for corruption to be fired and burnt by some people? Then what about you? Don’t you think that your contribution is much needed? Look at this one here
In this photo, a young boy putting jacket acted as a change maker, when he saw one patient being chased away, he stood up and quarreled on doctor because that is the government hospital and the doctor was scaring him but he never kept quiet until the doctor gave back the patients’ money and they were treated for free, it means change is any one and every one. If we can link with the security officers who have the heart of living in a developed country, we would fight corruption better.
|On the left is a corrupt doctor according to what we play and on the right is a poor patient being chased away because he had little money.|
I like this saying, “Together we shall stand but divided We shall fall”. It sounds very nice and it is an encouraging word to me. I want you to know that the change belongs to you and it is you. The reason why I came up with this topic of corruption is because if we play and take the videos and maybe put it on internet or face book, it will reminds the people and they will pick some information from this play and take it so that they are never deceived. And also writing blog on every topics that we play will help so much and soon I am planning to start moving from place to place like to theatre and play and to some nearby communities and also record the film of the play and may be take it to the TV station and let them show it to the people if we are financially helped because as I talk now, we don’t have any single coin to do that and also requirements like camera we are still lacking and uniform for the members so I am still looking for any willing change maker to support. Just as I said your contribution is needed to fight this corruption out of our land. I have witnessed this situation for several times whereby you can go to government hospital and again you are asked to pay money which means the poor people will suffer.
and also in laws, when a rich committed an offence and they are now in court, the rich are normally declared the winner because of bribery and so the poor must be imprisoned which is so painful and at times when you reported some cases to the police maybe you are hurted by someone, the first thing they will ask from you is money cash in order for them to start following up. So with this Project of Drama, we shall teach to be watchful and to take care in case of any such kind of things so that we fight corruption out. When I was interviewing my members on this topic, I asked some questions concerning corruption and they were able to raise me some important answers. Here are the questions,
1.What does corruption means?
Corruption is the act of using public offices, resources or properties for personal use, said Ochaka Samuel one of the member.
2.Is corruption good?
If yes, or No, give a reason?
They all voted No and I was very happy after realizing that they have some knowledge on corruption. One of the member called Opio Stephen came up with a reason and said that it prevent the country from developing, one called Owino Joel said it limit human resources.
3.How can you fight corruption? Or do you want to know how to fight corruption?
One member called Alfred Ochaka said we fight it by reporting any witnessed case to the law, Ola Simon Peter said we can fight it by changing ourselves and removing the bad heart that we have and become change makers ourselves.
4.What have you achieved from this Drama project?
At first I was a coward boy but now I can stand before the public and express myself fully “said Opio Stephen. Oswaldo Ochira said that it has made him strong hearted and he believe he can now make some changes in his community from what he learnt from young manager of this project aged 13 when he started this project and now I made 15(Obuk Charles).
5.Do you think that it will help fight corruption? They all said they believe.
6.What do you think needs to be done to make this project grow bigger and achieve its goal?.
They claim to be given something after sessions and after playing, they mentioned soaps, refreshment. They went ahead and cried for Camera, uniforms; financial supports to enable us travels and play but that we play and we just end with it from the centre.
Those are the questions that I interviewed them with and this goes to you the reader that you should also try answer the same question as they did but on your views.
SUMMERISED EFFECTS OF CORRUPTION
To me, corruption has got only negative impacts towards the life of people and as well as the development of the country due to the following views of points;
1. Corruption spoils the name or the background of a particular country and displays bad image of the country. Corrupt countries like Uganda have lost their aiders (NGOs) because of corruption, so if we want to have a better life, please I am requesting you to change so that we displays good model to the young ones coming up.
2. Corruption is a risk to some people’s life in so many ways. I always hear people says that the days of the thieves are 40days, it would be very risky for the corrupt people because at times you may be imprisoned for the rest of your life if the law says so and also I was listening to Radio and they said that parliament in Uganda have declared that if anyone caught in corruption, His properties must be sold all and his bank account should be blocked until he returns the money back and 100% I agree because I know it will create some fears in the heart of the people and hence reducing corruption. This means that our government is also working very hard to drive this corruption out of the country.
3. Just as one member says that corruption limit the resources of the country, we can see at times if a budgeted money for development of the country is corrupted and the person is not got, automatically will call for a new signing of the money hence limiting government expenditure.
4. Corruption ruins the future of the young children growing up and they will be corrupt also. A corrupt country will never produce any good citizens in future, the children will also be corrupt because they grow in the country or land of corruption and they may think that is the only way of life hence leads to limitation in development of that country. My mum used to tell me that if you live with a thief together, it is most likely that you will also become a thief.
The above are some of the impacts negatively towards the life of the people and it was to mention but a few.
SOLUTIONS TO FIGHT CORRUPTION
- 1. We can fight corruption by setting up law regarding corruption and we must follow up so that we can see those big headed corrupt officials.
2. We must be watchful and very critical of what we are asked for from the government sectors like schools, hospitals and if they tell you to pay money and you know very well that it is a free service, please do not keep quiet but go ahead and report the case.
3. We can fight corruption only when we unite, we should link with Police, offices that look after the welfare of the citizens and I believe we shall make change if we come together. So I want to come with a motto here “Togetherness, we can change the world”
4. Let us change our attitudes towards life so that we show good examples to the children because they are the future so maybe if this generation is corrupt, their generation should not be corrupt.
There are a lot that we can do to fight corruption.
I want to end by saying that corruption is Unclean and we should make it come to an end if we could cooperate.
I AND YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD
CHANGE IS ME IT’S YOU IT’S US
Your help is needed for this Drama for Change. Even if you provides Camera only, I will really appreciate you for that and God will bless you. AMEN
On Wednesday 26th September I had a meeting with Paul Polak, the famous author of “Out of Poverty” on Skype, with two of my Butterfly Project colleagues Mercy Moro (13) and Gilbert Byamugisha (16). This is the report of the conversation he had with me, Francis Ssuuna, from Kawungu village, Lyantonde, in Western Uganda.
Firstly, I had three questions for him but I only asked two,( a/b) because time was not enough due to it being late at night.
1.In my village there are a lot of problems, Which makes it not developed:
a. People not working co-creatively together
b. People drinking alcohol
c Lack of proper planning and preparation
How should I, as a young social entrepreneur try to tackle these broad problems?
“If you want people to work together, then you must find a project that will help them to come together and share their ideas” As a young person you can go and talk to the old people in your village to help you do that, Maybe have a meeting and talk to the people about change,tell them what you have learnt from the Butterfly project. make the people to see that poverty can be eliminated.
Me: I know some people in my village believe that they are poor and even they do not think about being rich.How is it possible to change people who think like that?
If you make a good meeting and tell the people about what they must not and what they must do, I hope they will understand.
You know it’s not easy to change people who drink alcohol but you can also tell them what results from alcohol because I believe that many may not know the results.
2. As a social entrepreneur, you know about problem-solving and you go to your village. You see an opportunity around harvest time, where people have more money and could club together to buy some equipment which might change their income greatly, if they worked together. Instead they just buy, buy, buy and misuse money. What is the solution to this, which will help them in the long-term?
If people have money during the harvesting time and don’t know what how to use, they you must teach them about the ways of making money how to use Capital to produce more money. In your village if people do farming twice a year, then they can change and maybe start irrigation farming during the dry season which will help to double their income. They can use that money they get during harvesting to help them invest in the irrigation farming.
Another way is like this,”Do people in your village rear goats?”
Yes they do.
If people rear goats and have a suitable climate, it’s good if they set up a goat rearing club which will help them to get milk and meat and at the sametime they can sell the goats. If your people can find a place where to buy the goats from, I am sure it will help on their development.
I told him that in my community, it is a rural area where you find poor people as the main problem because they do not have permanent jobs to get them money, instead they all do farming on a small scale. These people do not take time to think about their problems because many of them believe that the problems are impossible. Many of these people don’t provide education to their children due to being poor..
These people have no way to earn money daily instead, they earn seasonally at the time of harvesting, so you find that they get the money twice in a year in a small amount. When they get the money, you find that they are buying Christmas clothes, drinking alcohol as a sign of celebrating the season.
They do it annually and you find that they do not have better plans for their money and this has affected them negatively, and it has caused the area to be undeveloped, disadvantaged, poor people and uneducated young people. I do believe that these people really want change but they don’t know how to seek it.As a young change maker how can, I solve these problems in my village?
Paul said, “Have you ever thought of a solution?.”
I told him that I don’t know the better solution. I told him that if people come together, maybe start a chicken farm on large scale, and then share the money could help them to improve on their well-being.
He asked me if the people rear animals.
I told him that they have goats.
Paul advised that if people can come together and buy goats it can help them to get access to the money easily because they can use them for many things. He said that the people can sale milk from goats, which can help them to have a daily income for themselves; I told him this cannot work out because people in my village do not take milk from goats.
They can maybe use it for other purposes but not milk. He said there are special goats that provide milk and I believe that it difficult to get them here in Uganda.
The conversation was too long but these are the main points I picked from it. I would like to thank Paul for listening to and answering my questions.
Editor’s note: We have located a source of dairy goats in Masaka and hope to trial them early next year.
This year is a special year for the Butterfly Project. We’ve proved our point. Young people living in slums and remote rural areas can learn very quickly to be social entrepreneurs. Every member of our project has now delivered a social project, some have delivered several.
Here’s some of the highlights of 2012:
Francis Ssuuna raises £1000 through his Slum Run campaign, providing support into school for 17 children, a 300,000sh (£80) Emergency Fund for children living in slums and £250 towards our Chrysalis Campus.
Eunice Namugerwa has her project featured on the front cover of “Update” a magazine for voluntary action in the UK. This is Eunice’s third concurrent project that she has been working on, including a choir for girls, an art project for and now a dance project for small children.
Mercy Moro was nominated last week to be the Face for Youth against HIV/AIDS by New Vision media Group. Mercy has been running a project for girls in the Acholi Quarter slum, raising their awareness of STDs and HIV/AIDS.
Last night Byamugisha Gilbert was featured on the programme “This is Kampala”, for his work in supporting children in Kampala slum areas. Gilbert teaches children how to paint, but he has been running fashion shows for girls and also has taken his traditional and contemporary dance groups to the National Theatre.
There are many more stories – just explore this blog - and currently there are twenty young people on the Butterfly Project, each with a story to tell about their project.
But in 2013 our project must find a new place to be based, as our current place is being taken back by its owner. We’ve been supported by Birmingham architects APEC, who have designed us a self-sustaining campus, which requires no electricity and no water, other than that provided by rain and sun. We believe this campus can be situated anywhere in Africa, but this first one will be located in Kampala.
We want people to be very excited about our project and what impact it can have on the world, as we support the development of more and more young social entrepreneurs, so we’ve devised a range of rewards for supporting us, which you will be able to use and remember for years to come.
Sorry that this is a teaser, but we want to encourage you to go to our Indiegogo campaign, where all the rewards are detailed. However, as a taster, you could have a talented artist in Kampala draw your Facebook portrait and then mail it to you, as a thank you for supporting us.
Lastly, if you’ve never supported anything before, then the Butterfly Project is a great place to start. You don’t pay for huge charity salaries, your money multiplies itself many times over, as by supporting these young people in their community work, then you are helping thousands impacted by what they do. Supporting our Campus is ten times cheaper than buying an equivalent building in the UK or USA. Maintaining it thereafter is 20 times cheaper, as people are demanding much lower salaries and we work with many volunteers.
You believe that Africa should help itself? Well this is the sure way to kickstart this approach – training corruption-free youth, with energy, creativity and problem-solving ability will create a new environment in Africa, where talent can flourish and capability recognised. Then they won’t need us any more, as Uganda will be a new country of opportunity, a product of its own excitement for life, not some agenda of a foreign power. However, if no one supports this first process of giving opportunity to the young people that want to make a difference, then this self sustainability will take a long time in coming and aid will continue for many decades to come!
This is your chance to be a Pioneer and join the worldwide supporters of the Butterfly Project – training young social entrepreneurs – so please click through to our campaign to find out more!
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I am by the name Lubangakene Samuel of age 15 from the Butterfly project.The member of the Butterfly Pioneer.I live in the Acholi Quarter.Life in Acholi Quarter is the kind of life which can change every day. I came to Acholi Quarter in 2011 and the life which is there is difficult.
The life in Acholi Quarter is seriously difficult and the challenges which the people are facing are;
1)Lack of proper concentration on Studies
-The children are taken by their parents to quarry stone in order to get money.
-Lack of quiet place due to the noise of the music that makes the child not to concentrate.
-Less electric power supply and that gives children hard time to read their books.
-Lack of proper water drainage that is to say used-up water remains
-Many people use one latrine which makes it easy for the diseases to spread since latrines are dirty.
-Lack of a proper clean water source for the people of Acholi quarter is a health hazard.
-People are over crowded and this makes people to lack enough land for the settlement and hence no space for latrines.
3) Lack of proper job.
-People are not having proper jobs and that makes many people resort to theft.
-The common job of the people in the Acholi Quarter is the stone quarrying falling soil leaving many children orphaned.
-The people are not having enough money due to their participation in small money generating businesses such as vegetables,charcoals and beads selling.
4)Lack of proper close medical facilities
-People are lacking enough medical facilities which make children to get sick and that increases the chances of disease outbreak.The medical facilities which are there,there are no enough medicine.
5)Child abuse and neglect
-Many children resort to scrap collecting and that makes them to start stealing people’s saucepan for selling so that they can get money for food.
-Children are forced to go to the stone quarry and that makes them miss school or drop out of school.
-Parents take the children’s money which they have collected from selling scrap and they use it to take alcohol.
-Parents don’t provide their children with necessary materials required at schools such as books,pens,uniform and food.
6)Lack of proper water source
People of Acholi Quarter are lacking proper water source because the tap water which they have is not safe and that mean they will get diseases.
They pour water which stagnant hence a breeding place for mosquito which cause malaria to people.
Poor maintenance to water source which result into breeding place for germs.
We know this place is not a place for children to grow up, so why are we forced to be here?
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My Name is Nancy Lakot. I am 15yrs old and one of the Butterfly North project. As a young person, I aim to become a social entrepreneur and to have my project both in the village and in Kampala. In the village I teach children how to play board games and advice and I give advice about young people 10 to 17 yrs about HIV/AIDS. In Kampala I have one called MDD (Music and Dancing) because through singing and dancing it may change the life of people living around Uganda.
This year we wanted to help the children living in Northern Uganda suffering from Nodding Disease, which affects thousands of children.
As a member of the Butterfly Project we looked for information about nodding diseases from internet to help the people from the villages the information was helpful because they were not having any information and no ideas about the diseases and how to determines a person living with that diseases .
I wanted to try to find out what was causing the disease, the signs and any other information about the disease.
Even my L.C.1 from my village didn’t very much about the disease, just know the signs of it.
We took some information to our home villages and gave it to people in health centres – you can see the information here.
These are the Symptoms of nodding disease I found from the internet:
The symptoms of nodding syndrome include head nodding, constant drooling of saliva, mental retardation and stunted growth. The nodding is triggered by placing food in front of the children or eating. It is also triggered by cold weather or a cold bath, but in such a case, the children recover when they get warm.
Nodding syndrome was first reported in northern Uganda in 2005 in Amida sub-county, Kitgum district. Since then it has spread to Amuru, Agago, Lamwo and Pader districts, affecting over 3,000 children I find out from the people but our information that we found from the internet was not very different from but some area in the village were not having the same information about the disease
As me I want the LC to ask the doctor near us to tell me that the diseases is cause by eating dirty food or by staying in a dirty environment. Although the causing of the disease is not well known I think a cleaner environment will help people in a village. Information is needed to be given in the villages and I am glad I was able to give my village area the information.
In January 2013, we have to vacate our existing Chrysalis Centre premises, as our landlord has other plans for them. This means that we must develop a strategy to operate in a new location from this date.
At the moment we are seeking people who are prepared to financially support our project into the future. Each year we have to raise money for our members’ school fees as well as the training and lifeskills activities that we run for local slum children. We have core money pledged for 2013, but a great deal more is needed ahead of our relocation to a new site in January, when our existing Centre must move.
We have found a new site in the Acholi Quarter, at an estimated cost of £10,000, for three acres. We ultimately aim to build a complete campus there, but this page shows the steps by which this can be achieved.
The basic option will be for the project to move to a new rented site and all project members continuing to be schooled at standard schools, as is happening in 2012. Activities for local children may have to be adapted to the new temporary location. Below we list what can be achieved at various levels of funding:
At £15,000, land can be purchased, though it may only be used for agriculture, at this stage. We will still need to rent a new centre, as the money will not yet be available to construct. However, acquiring land will reserve it and enable us to start construction, when more funding becomes available. Some trusts require you to own land ahead of requesting funding from them.
At £30,000 income, we can acquire land and build a base for the Chrysalis Activity Centre, utilising existing equipment that we already have – bunks, play equipment, computers, bathroom, etc. This base can then be used to run training and activities for local children. The project would then continue, as it has been, but now with its own permanent grounds. Unused land can be used to grow crops, which can help subsidise on-costs.
With £50,000, we can build all the necessary buildings for the Chrysalis School in addition to the Centre and can start to evolve the campus. Equipment will be basic, but we will have sufficient to run the four classes required for a senior school. The Centre will be used to train teachers in new empowering teaching methods. Our trainees in Butterfly North will live at the Centre and go to school at the Chrysalis Senior School. One office will be dedicated to starting the computer repair business.
This will recruit a new group of 12 trainees from remote rural areas and house them at the Chrysalis Centre, where they will also attend the Chrysalis Senior School at Senior 1. We will run a full Young Social Entrepreneurs Programme, which includes children from other slums in Kampala during holiday periods . The perimeter wall will be extended to encircle the whole campus for the best security. A youth co-operative training programme will be instituted and new youth businesses started up. Poverty alleviation equipment, such as drip irrigation, will be available for demonstration and purchase. Specialist international accommodation will be available for overseas visitors, wishing to study and implement poverty alleviation methodologies. All elements of the project will be in place. However, we estimate a further £100,000 in equipment will be required before the Campus is fully operational.
The Chrysalis Campus will be complete and fully equipped. See the plans at this link.
We’ve now launched a new campaign at Indiegogo, where you can earn rewards, as well as supporting us.
The table below summarises the situation at each funding level:
|Land acquisition||Chrysalis Activity Centre for slum children||Schooling for young social entrepreneurs||Social Entrepreneurship and Co-operative Training||Ethical Business Centre|
|Less than £15,000||None||New rented Centre||Sent to local schools||Occasional weekend sessions||None|
|£15,000-£29,999||3 acres will be used for agriculture and training||New rented centre||Sent to local schools||Regular weekend sessions||None|
|£30,000-£49,999||3 acres acquired||Chrysalis Activity Centre built||Sent to local schools||Regular weekend sessions, numbers expanded||None|
|£50,000-£149,999||3 acres acquired||Chrysalis Activity Centre built||Chrysalis Senior School built||Regular weekend and holiday training sessions||ICT Repair business launched|
|£150,000- £250,000||3 acres acquired||Full campus built, using existing equipment – the greater the figure, the more equipment we will have for the site.|