Supporting Schools

The pupils in the schools we work with pay minimal fees because of their family backgrounds which means that the schools are left with low funds to improve their facilities.

Supporting Schools

The pupils in the schools we work with pay minimal fees because of their family backgrounds which means that the schools are left with low funds to improve their facilities.

Supporting Schools

The pupils in the schools we work with pay minimal fees because of their family backgrounds which means that the schools are left with low funds to improve their facilities.

Schools support

We work very closely with Children’s Corner Junior School in Central Kampala. The school provides education for 220 children – 60 of these are ‘boarders’ from challenging backgrounds across Kampala and the other 140 are mostly from the Kivulu slum which is adjacent to the school. The Kivulu slum is home to over 30,000 people the vast majority of whom have no formal paid jobs and literally live hand to mouth day by day. The pupils here pay minimal fees because of their family background and the school does not have the extra cash flow for refurbishments.

In a recent refurbishment project we were able to tile the bathrooms and install running water for flushing and sinks to improve facitilies in the school. This has made life a lot easier for the children living at school who used to have to carry water for bathing from a well and increased sanitation and hygiene for all children in the school.

Refurbishments can be anything from a pot of paint for £6, a new bunk bed for £50 to major projects as mentioned above. Please get in touch if you would like more information about partnering with us in this way.

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