Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans

by TRIO UGANDA
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans
Educate, protect and nurture 500 young Ugandans

Project Report | Mar 12, 2024
Learning, playing and building.

By Jon Sait | Project Coordinator

Lunchtime in Agaria
Lunchtime in Agaria

In the past three months, your generous support has contributed to daily nutrition at Busiliwa Junior School in Bududa and Agaria's new primary school. That’s a total of over 15,000 meals per term. In isolated and impoverished villages, school meals are vital for the health and development of vulnerable children. Without your support, many children would eat less than once a day. The role of the two schools is now over 300.

You also contributed to scholastic materials in Agaria, five secondary school bursaries for girls,  and five educational bursaries at Mbale School of Nursing, University, and Technical College.

Our community partner in Agaria has registered Agaria Community Foundation as their new Community Based Organisation. The first thing ACF did was repurpose an abandoned building to create four primary classrooms and employ four teachers. A youth team helped with the construction and is now busy pressing 10,000 ecological bricks from murram soil. The bricks will build the first permanent classrooms in Agaria, saving the environmental costs of traditional burnt bricks and heavy cement mixes. A grant to build the school is in process.

Not all is well. In February, Agaria suffered extreme hail storms that destroyed crops and houses, hospitalising three people. Standing water then becomes a breeding ground for mosquitoes. But the community stands strong and the new Community Foundation will rise to every challenge to make life better for all.

Thank you for your commitment and continuing support.

School materials
School materials
Primary class
Primary class
Clay brick making for the planned school
Clay brick making for the planned school
More lunch!
More lunch!
Aftermath of the hail storm
Aftermath of the hail storm
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Nov 15, 2023
Project report 2 - Safer, Healthier and Happier.

By Jon Sait | UK Coordinator

Jul 24, 2023
Project report - Safer, healthier and happier

By Jon Sait | Project Leader

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TRIO UGANDA

Location: Cardiff, Wales - United Kingdom
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Project Leader:
Jon Sait
Cardiff , Wales United Kingdom

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