The project will build The Ancilla Inclusive professional development School for visually impaired students who finish their lower-level education in Uganda and have no safe space to develop their ability to have skills that make them get into the world of employment. The Centre will be equipped with resources that transform the lives of visually impaired students into self-employed or employable. Donate $30,000 and we earn a matchup of $50,000 to cover the total construction cost of $80,000.
In Uganda particular, 5.9 percent of the population is visually impaired, or six out of every 100 people, while 144,000 people are completely blind. Most of them come from poor backgrounds, get little education stopping in primary or secondary, and institutions have no provision for their education. Visually impaired have got little chance of acquiring professional development skills that would help them be accepted in the employment world or get self-employed to reduce dependence.
Help us reach $30,000 which will be matched to $50,000 to reach our goal of $80,000 to build this center of professional development Ancilla Inclusive School. The school will provide professional development courses and build special talents for most of the visually impaired students who stop in primary school at Salama school for the blind or sir Apollo Kaggwa sss, and other schools for the blind in Uganda. The school will be an incubation center of new ideas for visually impaired innovations.
The project will educate visually impaired students to be able to fit into Ugandan employment as well as be able to start their own businesses in line with their skills taught or natural talents developed. The professional center will be a center of excellence for blind people. Visually impaired students who have been stopping in primary or secondary will be able to acquire skills.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
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