Recurrent Budget & Expenditure Funding
The Government, through the Ministry of Education and skills development, provides training subsidy. The Recurrent budget is funded by the Ministry of Education and Skills Development through the Department of Special Support Services. Donor agencies in Botswana are also instrumental in covering some of the Centre's Capital Costs.
Donations - Contact Us to make a Donation
Debswana Company used to have an annual donation amount of between P35,000.00 and P55,000.00 to Pudulogong. This amount used to assist in the funding of other activities at the centre such as sports and recreation activities. As a result students at Pudulogong used to win trophies that are in the Coordinator's office of various sports activities.
In addition Debswana Diamond Company donated to the Centre a 25 seater mini bus worth P450,000.This will help transport students in their different activities and the Centre to carry out their outreach programmes.
Botswana Telecommunications Authority donated the funding of the installation of the sixteen Air Conditions used in offices, students’ hall, classrooms, computers lab and the Board room.
Standard Chartered Bank donated the funding of Music Department equipments such as key board, marimba, speakers and drums for training the visually impaired students.
Kgalagadi Management Services
Kgalagadi Management Services donated funds to build the Samaritan Palace. The project was used to raise funds for the running of Pudulogong.
The American Embassy donated the funds to purchase Net-Shade for the school garden. The garden is used to train students on agriculture subject and for practicals. The Net-Shade improved the crops protections from natural hazards.
Mascom Wireless (Pty) Ltd donated the funds to build a swimming pool for training of the visually impaired students on swimming.
Citizen Design (PTY) Ltd. has offered it's design services to revamping the Pudulogong website. Citizen Design will continue to be a graphic design sponsor for Pudulogong, aiding in marketing material, stationary design, printed materials and the upkeep of the website in the future.
Shoprite Checkers Botswana handed over a cheque worth P100,000 to the Centre. This amount helped assisting projects in the Centre.
The Japanese embassy donated the braille embossing printer to Pudulogong and Development Trust For The blind. The printer was worth P402,125.98 ($56,177.00). The braille embossing printer is to be used mainly for printing textbooks , exams and be utilized in two other ways. The printer will also be used by other institutions which support visually impaired people in the surrounding areas of Pudulogong .It will be also be used to convert novels and assays into braille for students and hopefully be rented out to the community as well.
First National Bank Foundations donated a double cab Toyota Hilux 2.7 that is currently been used to transport students in their activities and staff members on official duties. The vehicle is used to transport food and any other needs for the school. First National Bank Foundation also funded the installation of a switchboard and sixteen telephone extensions to the various offices in the school. The switchboard is also used to train our students on their secretarial course on the switchboard operation practicals.
Gaborone Sun International donated a sixteen Toyota Hi-Ace Combi and a trolley that are used to transport students and staff members on the school activities. The Combi assists in transporting the visually impaired students to the hospital for their medical check up.
Barclays Bank of Botswana Ltd donated funds to build the Samaritan Palace. The project was used to raise funds for the running of Pudulogong.
Botswana Development Corporation donated funds to build the Samaritan
Palace. The project was used to raise funds for the running of Pudulogong.
Coronation Funds Manager donated the purchases of 40 dining hall chairs and repairs to the tables. In addition to the the donation of dining chairs, Coronation also donated money to the total amount of P25,000.
Phakalane Golf Estate donated funds to purchase books for training of students.In all, Phakalane Golf Estate donated a total of P220,000 which was allocated towards the development and purchase of books.
The Kabelano Trust in collaboration with Barclays Bank donated P175,000 to Pudulogong Rehabilitation Centre. The centre had a project to equip the borehole and these funds assisted.