Last year YOU gave 37 students out of 68 free education, healthcare, meals, shoes, school uniforms, and school supplies.We want you to know that YOUR hard work is paying off! Every year your Primary 7 class is required to take the big Primary Leaving Exam. The senior 4 students as well as senior 6.
This test has the power to decide their entire future. It will determine if they will be accepted into the secondary school or vocational school of their choice. Students who do not score high enough are often forced to go to a school that provides a poorer quality of education or they may have to seek out an apprenticeship rather than attending a formalized vocational school.This year, Sanyu Achora Primary 7 students received a B and that and that is a second grade Phiona get a second grade in senior 4 ALL of YOUR students passed! We are waiting on Robert senior 6Thanks to your new year 2015 were we are waiting on more children to do it as well, the children’s home. Vocational primary school is on its way ALL of your Primary 7 students will be given high quality education when their new school opens on February 9th!
YOUR support is the reason these children have a chance at a happy, vibrant future that many children are not so blessed to have.The more YOU help, the less likely these children will be trapped in poverty, unable to fulfill their dreams. Because of YOU they will not miss out on valuable education. Even though we are opening the Secondary School, we still have a lot of construction to do before it is completed! If you want to help us ensure that these children have a place they call home and all of YOUR future students have the opportunity to get a high quality education, please consider giving to our new project on global giving; Build A home and School for HIV/AIDS Orphans in Uganda.
This past year 2014 YOU bought land for the children's Oprhange Home,Vocatyion Primary School and a reacreation centrel!
The work was completed on the 18th of october 2014. You are a warrior in the battle against poverty.
47 pencils in the hands of 47 little girls and boys .
Why? Because you know the only way to successfully combat poverty is with an education.
You are one smart cookie. Unfortunately, getting an education in Uganda is not free. If a child cannot afford a uniform, tuition or school supplies, classroom doors are often slammed in their face. And if a child is female, she has even less opportunities available to her simply because she is a girl. and most of them drop out of school before their completion of primary seven.
You are stepping in and empowering a community of girls and boys with a vocational carriculum.
You are equipping them with education ,pencils that they will raise to fight poverty. Thank you! each child will hav vocational skills and a pencil in their hand because of YOU.
Each child will be healthy because you provide them all with access to clean water and plates heavy with nutritious food daily. Each girl will be healthy because you also provide them with support when they transition from small girls to young women and Men.
You are winning this battle and poverty is running scared.
each brick costs $1 to purchase a brick in Uganda,0.02 for a pencil yet this small expense can prevent girls from going to school every day.
Are you going to let poverty stand in your way?
We didn’t think so.
Your mother would be SO proud.
You are changing the world for a young girl named Dorcus.