You are a gift to the little girls of Nyaka and Kutamba.
In a global education system where girls are often overlooked, you are the difference.
You don't just believe that women have a right to an education, you act. Thank you!
You have gone out of your way to provide a FREE quality education to the 65% of our students who are young girls.
On October 17th, starting at 12:01 ET, you can do 30% more with your generosity.
But first, your project report!
If you were to walk through the doorway of the P.4 class at Kutamba Primary School every student would shoot up from their desk and welcome you.
Click here to watch a thirty second video of their special welcome.
"You are welcome, our visitors."
They would declare,
"Discipline first. Academics second."
They would answer the question,
with a hearty, "No!"
Your students come to school every day because you keep the doors open, the meals coming and the water clean. You believe in them and therefore, they believe in themselves because you have made them a priority year after year.
Are you curious about what your students have been studying? Click here to take a peek into the classroom by reading progress reports from the teachers. You are making sure that your students have incredible opportunities to brighten their future.
Next year, as sixty students move up to secondary school, we will accept sixty more students into preschool!
So today, celebrate your personal fight against poverty by doing three things.
Your actions today will continue your legacy of generosity in the lives of these future leaders.
You are a gift to the children of Nyaka and Kutamba.
You believe that every child has the right to a quality education.
You don't just believe, you act.
Thank you so very much!
You have gone out of your way to provide 584 students with a FREE quality education.
On October 17th, starting at midnight, you can do 30% more with your generosity.
If you were to walk through the doorway of the P.4 class at Kutamba Primary School every student would shoot up from their desk and welcome you with a smile.
Watch a thirty second video of their welcome by clicking here.
Are you curious about what the students have been studying? Click here to take a peek into the classroom by reading progress reports from the teachers. You are making sure that these students have these incredible opportunities.
Thanks to loyal supporters like you, The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project Executive Director and Founder Twesigye Jackson Kaguri has been selected a 2012 CNN Hero.
Today, however we need your help!
There are a total of 24 CNN Heroes this year and coming up this Thursday at Noon ET the Top Ten Heroes for 2012 will be announced!
Please visit the CNN Facebook page and tell them loud and proud that you want Twesigye Jackson Kaguri in the Top Ten! Please comment and share on this website why you think Jackson should be chosen!
The stakes are really high for the children and grannies of The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project. Each Top Ten Hero receives $50,000 for their charity. If by the end of the voting period, which officially begin Thursday, Jackson is voted as the #1 Top CNN Hero for 2012, he gains an additional $250,000 for this critical work that means so much to you!What you can do right now!1. Visit the CNN Facebook page and let CNN know that you want Twesigye Jackson Kaguri on the Top Ten list. 2. Share the link with your friends and ask them to do the same.
Thank you for your love, care, and commitment, to our students and grannies. We are so grateful for you carving time out to help out this week!