SHARE Project is a Non Governmental Organization working in Pallisa Uganda to educate orphaned and vulnerable children (OVCs). Our project goals are to complete construction of our primary school, to provide adequate food and supplies for the boarding and day children, and to ensure adequate pay for our teachers and staff. While schools remain closed due to the continued spread of COVID-19, we hope to finish construction on the school's classroom, latrine and living quarters.
Pallisa is an extremely poor and rural area with a lack of access to quality education and support for its vulnerable populations, namely orphaned children. Therefore, SHARE Project's primary beneficiaries are critically needy and disadvantaged children that lack adequate food, proper shelter, healthcare, and an education that can ensure they thrive as individuals whom are able to contribute to a strong and prosperous future for Uganda. COVID-19 has only made matters worse for rural households.
The school will provide our community's youth access to quality education, improved living conditions, and other support services. In doing so, we hope to equip local children with the education and skills to gain a secondary education and the ability to provide for themselves and their families someday.
The long term-impact of our cause is to build a sustainable and thriving school, which gives children a solid education and the opportunity to succeed in life. In turn, this will help ensure that future generations have the same access and opportunities. Eventually, we hope to offer vocational and job training to young adults so that they can lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).