All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!

by The Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
All Ugandan girls should be able to go to school!
Jan 15, 2021

Providing a safe environment

NVSS Student Immaculate
NVSS Student Immaculate

Several students, such as Immaculate, returned to Nyaka Vocational Secondary School (NVSS) in October. During the seven-month mandated lockdown, Immaculate continued to learn by reading her schoolbooks, study materials delivered by teachers, and completing sample exams.

Girls including Immaculate benefit from the accessibility to live on the NVSS campus during the school year. Traditionally, some students have to walk seven miles or more one way to and from school every day. This can be very dangerous for any student, especially, our girls who are vulnerable to sexual assault as they walk long distances.

Not only does living on campus allow students to focus on their studies in a controlled environment, but it also helps us keep students safe from having to walk long distances daily. 

Thank you for helping us provide a safe environment for our students!

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