Cà Lúi village is a poor, isolated, mountainous area in Sơn Hòa District, of Phú Yên Province. It is about 100 km west of Tuy Hòa province town. The area is formerly a “new economic area”. It was severely damaged by typhoon in October-November 2001. The current population is about 2500. No school is currently available for the about 550 children.
The project consisted of the construction of a 4-classroom primary school. Construction started in April 2002 and was completed at end of August 2002. And the school was ready for the 2002-03 school year.
The total cost of the project was 175 Million VND. The Vietnam Foundation contributed 120 Million VND. The Phú Yên magazine and local authorities contributed the balance.