Educate Deserving Poor Children in Uganda!

 
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Educate Deserving Poor Children in Uganda!

Educate Deserving Poor Children in Uganda!

Typical Public School in Rural Eastern Uganda

Typical Public School in Rural Eastern Uganda

Child Tending His Family's Cow

Child Tending His Family's Cow
Families struggle to survive in rural Uganda. Parents often find it more valuable for children to work at home rather than attend broken-down public schools.

AAH Primary School in Bumwalukani, Bududa District

AAH Primary School in Bumwalukani, Bududa District
AAH provides quality primary education to 350 girls and boys with the support of donors and child sponsors.

Beatrice Tierney Health Clinic

Beatrice Tierney Health Clinic
AAH provides free healthcare to AAH students and all children in the region.

AAH Students Love Their School

AAH Students Love Their School
Students at AAH receive a well-rounded education and mentoring to help them achieve top scores on national exams and go on to quality secondary schools.

AAH Secondary Scholarship Student & Future Nurse

AAH Secondary Scholarship Student & Future Nurse

school kids

school kids

a second grader enjoying an art activity

a second grader enjoying an art activity
Photo from Progress Report 'Jan-Mar 2014 News from our School in Uganda'

Bridget has a great smile in the crowd at recess

Bridget has a great smile in the crowd at recess
Photo from Progress Report 'Jan-Mar 2014 News from our School in Uganda'
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Project Leader

John Wanda

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Arlington, VA Uganda

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