Education & Safety for Rural Girls in Uganda

by Harambee Centre
Vetted
Jun 28, 2012

ZoomUganda Matale Girls' Dormitory - Project Update

In April 2012, the Harambee Centre wired $12,000 to St. Andrews, which enabled the school community to break ground on the new girls dormitory

• The photos (in the pdf) show the leveling of the ground and the start of the Matale girl’s dormitory building foundation and the Matale-Southridge cultural exchange during winter 2012.

• Supporters on both the U.S side and Matale side were over joyed with the start of this project.

• Our major challenge is that the funds we had on hand could only do so much. The community informed us there is a chance that the rainy season may impact the progress of the work done thus far.

• We appeal to you our donors, to help us generously in order to keep this work going.

• We hope you enjoy the photos of this work we are doing together!

Thank you!


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Harambee Centre

Location: Portland, Oregon - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.harambeecentre.org
Project Leader:
Thomas Lwebuga
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Portland, OR United States

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