Head to rural village school in Uganda and you will see a block of
building,often made out of uneven timber,pieced together.Enter one of
these buildings and you will find compacted dirt floors coated with
manure to keep the dust down,uncomfortable wooden desks,and sometimes a
chalk board.the only light shining in is that which peeks through the
cracks between the timber walls and door less entry way Rarely do you
find things such as electricity,running water, library,a computer lab,
or play ground.
Did you know that Uganda,education is not free? parents and caretakers
have to pay school fees for their children to attend school, and usually
,the higher the fees one pays, the better the education.But what
happens when you enter a rural village attached to a school like the one
described above ? you find families struggling to put enough food on
table ,let one pay for fees.it is often children of these families, that
get left behind when it comes to education.
I am a Ugandan community member, working to change this.
I and my family saw a need in their rural community of Rubombo, Uganda
and donated the land and started up infrastructure to found the
The primary school was created provided quality education that
will develop underprivileged children's academic standing. st.
the place aims to help the children of low income families, HIV
positive children, children of disintegrated families.
the school serves ages 4 - 13 years through both per-primary and primary
programs, and currently, offers education at a greatly discounted
price to nearly 200 children, and the demand is growing. the only
problem is, this school is very similar to the described above.
The organization is geared towards
improving the standards of living of the marginalized population in
Isingiro District Kashumba Sub-County.
The organization is registered as an
indigenous, non-profit making, non-denominational, charitable
The orgaznization is mandated to carry out its activities mainly
targeting the rural poor.
The junior school with innovation from the organization started local housing with mad poles and iorn sheets for stuff housing ,local water harvesting System at school ,very good organic farming plantation made by teachers and children at school . The organization is located in isingiro District kashumba sub-county Rubombo village
Helping with Tourists
We are requesting for your help to give these children in form of teaching, psycho-social support, and career guidance. Additionally, we would like to get more technical knowledge of coming up with more Income generating project geared towards sustaining the project.
English, Luganda and Runyankole
Am able to accommodate 2 Workawayers. I have a four roomed house
fully vanished, with a ceiling plus a bath room, running water inside,
electricity and a pit latrine outside, with a fence around it, where I
also have a residential house.
Food is provided daily and Workawayers have the provision of cooking in
their rooms using a gas cylinder. We do have bio-gass generated from cow dung for lighting and cooking.we do not charge for meals electricity,water and house is free.
I live in Kalisizo Town i work at kalisizo hospital near Rakai Health sceinces programe . I am married to one wife and have only 4 children schooling. I
am a healthy worker by profession and a wife is a teacher .We have 3 cows for milk and rear Rabitts as other source of income. transport mean we have public and family car.in
my free time i visit game reserves ecological centers plus attending my family. We also have the machine for making interlocking stabilized Blocks DONATED to the school which helps us in building . We are nearby game parks like lake Mburo national park, refuge camps like Nakivale,3 Boarder points for Tanzania ,Rwanda Landing sites on lake Victoria and beautiful hills. Being we are professionals we are an example in our community
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Travelers will benefit by gaining experience of starting up small income generating economic activities we do , the
kind of food we eat and plant for home consumption , different ways of interacting with people, cultural dynamism, new skills, new
research areas, meeting new friends. learning of new languages, skills
in organic farming and others. voluntarily work done in our school garden by teachers and kids.
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week
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