Uganda Projects

Sembabule Book Project (Paul Musherure) - Uganda

Sembabule is a district in Central Uganda. It is a rural area with a population of about 252,000 (estimate 2014) with a growth rate of 2 percent. The literacy of the district is lower that the national literacy rate of 72%. (2014) The majority of the population are under the age of 15 years. This project is focusing on Kawanda C.O.U. Senior Secondary school and its related Primary School. The students here mostly come from Sembabule district. The school was started in 2005 as a community co-ed…

Let's Read Uganda! (Avance International University) - Uganda

Uganda suffers from a low reading culture especially amongst the young population. This low reading culture is characterized by the disinterest of students to read beyond what they need for examinations in order to the pass the National examinations at the different education levels. This poor culture of reading is dangerous because it limits innovative and entrepreneurial minds from accessing cutting age information which they need in order to inspire creativity. Currently, the Uganda…

St. Jude Family Projects (Daniel Aliddeki Kizza Ssajjabi) - Uganda

Books are needed for the new Primary and Secondary Schools that will be set up soon at the St Jude Farm in Masaka, Uganda.  In existence already is an Agricultural training institute that badly needs a library. St Jude receives farmers of different age groups with cross cutting issues caused by the rising poverty, which ultimately stems from the lack of proper education.  Therefore, we deemed it most important to invest in schools,  focusing specifically on imparting vocational and practical…