This project will build five classrooms in western Uganda, Kyaka II Refugee camp, to provide free education to 500 refugee children who are being affected by war and poverty. Also providing free learning materials to orphans whose parents died during the war. And free sanitary materials to girls.
Kyaka II refugee settlement is densely populated with about 27,000 people mainly from D.R. Congo. 50% are the children, There are no enough schools to support the number of the growing refugee children, and 50% of the children, about 3400 are out of school. The community needs more schools for the increasing population due to political instability in D. R. Congo. We have the target to put 500 children with 3-8 years back to school. Children will access quality education freely.
YIDA constructs 3 Learning centers/school to educate children between the age of 3-8. The kids are getting a free education. They also free learning materials and school uniform. Food is provided to the children while at school.
The project will educate 500 children every year to get primary education. The children will be connected to study high school so that they can be great leaders of Africa who will transform African communities that will stay in peace without wars and Poverty.
This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).