The Education project is to assist the school in construction and rehabilitating infrastructure and learning materials. The main concern is the realization of sustainable development in which the children, teachers and the community are involved in positive activities that will ensure socio-economic welfare in the entire locality and ensure proper learning environment by providing habitable accommodation.
Developments do not come to these poor and remote parts of Muira Village in Iganga district in Eastern Uganda. As an example since 2017 when the school was destroyed by a storm, the children has been using dilapidated classrooms; the school enrollment has since gone down from 1000 students to about 100. The major constraint for children and parents is that the most nearby schools are between the walking distances of 10 and 25 kms or 3 and 5 hours Which is a an impediment to the children.
There will be development in which everyone participate equally and effectively in problem and solution identification and where local communities and other stakeholders facilitate and carry out skills transfer to the younger generation who are not fortunate enough to be afforded or even to go to school.
Quality education for over 950 children delivered through creation of students friendly learning spaces: i) Improved standards of life among teaching staff at Muira primary School. ii) Increased enrollments of up to 2,300 needy students and enhancement of habitable classrooms.