This project's donations will help 700 students of Kawaala village in Uganda to access science laboratory with up to date rich science skills to enhance science and especially for girls to meet to the country top education priority also for poor students. The project was designed for talented but vulnerable (poor, orphans) children to allow them to have quality education which will enable them to get out of poverty cycle.
Due to prevailing poverty in many households in Kawaala Village, Kampala Uganda, a very congested village of which majority are poor engaged in small scale business; selling food, serving as porters for survival, children there from attend cheap schools which do not have adequate teachers and facilities. NSOECVGE Uganda is using high quality education to remove the gap in education acquisition between poor and rich students by providing free science laboratory to girls and other poor students
Instead of giving or paying high fees for poor children, New Styles of Environmental Conservation via Gender Equity is giving high quality education with high quality facilities to break the widened gap of between the poor and the rich in skills acquisition. With this project, the organization will provide proper science training in laboratory to students attending its school to ensure they are having as high quality of education as those of rich schools to be on the same standards.
This is a onetime funding by which 2500 poor students and adults every year will be reached by this quality education and literacy program. Access to information through computer and internet training, hands-on skills in science laboratory will give students and adults with a chance to quality skills, which will help to build a community member group of elite who will advocate, work for and change the community.